Healthy Living for All
Colleagues across our Schools and Faculties are dedicated to deepening our understanding of diseases, and developing solutions and treatments for them.
Our expertise in conducting clinical trials and our world leading facilities in cancer and precision medicine research are a testament to the breakthroughs that Queen’s research has facilitated over the decades. We are also leading the way in developing strategies and initiatives which mitigate against the worst effects of illness and which act as preventative agents to illnesses developing in the first place.
A strong public health approach, focusing on community well-being and cultural enrichment, aligned with a commitment to educational opportunity and social justice drives our pledge to improve health outcomes which can reduce inequalities across society.
Influential Queen’s academic recognised on Highly Cited Researchers 2022 global list20 December, 2022
Queen's hosts 'Reflections on a Pandemic’ In Conversation event with UK Chief Medical Officers19 December, 2022
Breast, colorectal, oesophageal, stomach and head & neck cancer incidence and survival statistics NI14 December, 2022
Queen’s hosts Latin America,UK & Ireland Policymakers’ Exchange on comprehensive sexuality education7 December, 2022
Charity’s largest ever funding pot awarded to universities to study Lewy body dementia5 December, 2022
Driving Innovation in Clinical Health Care Through
The Belfast Region City Deal
Queen’s is leading the Institute for Research Excellence in Advanced Clinical Healthcare (iREACH), an integrated clinical research centre of excellence, and an NHS, industry, and research facility. It will transform the region’s ability to test new drugs, medical-technology, care pathways and societal interventions. It will leverage the opportunities that exist at the interface of medical research and digital transformation, resulting in better care for patients in a post-Covid world.