Study of the biological mechanisms associated with cancer, diabetes, heart disease, blindness and various diseases associated with the ageing population.
The activities of the Biomedical Sciences Research Institute are organised within distinct research centres and groups.
Working to solve chronic diseases by researching the impact of diet and food quality.
Developing personalised medicine diagnostic tools for degenerative diseases.
Working with genomics, the interaction between genes and health, to improve clinical care.
In addition to conducting our own pioneering research, the Biomedical Sciences Research Institute (BMSRI) provides a diverse range of state-of-the-art equipment, specialist laboratories and infrastructure that can offer clinical & translational services to academic researchers and business.
A unique opportunity for access to imaging modalities rarely found within a single laboratory.
Offering services for pre-clinical studies and physiological measurements in rodents.
Focusing on the application of genomics technologies to better understand human disease.
Dedicated to carrying out nutritional intervention trials on human volunteers.
Working to reduce the time to market and cost of innovative health technologies, medical devices and therapeutics.
The Biomedical Sciences Research institute (BMSRI) spans a number of campuses and locations.
It conducts pioneering strategically focused research into health and investigates the underlying causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of human diseases.
We specialise in the study of the biological mechanisms associated with cancer, diabetes, heart disease, blindness and the aging population.
A useful and compact guide to the responsibilities of those involved in research.