The University has invested substantially in our biomedical science facilities including the state-of-the-art £10 million Allam Building and a £700,000 refurbishment of our modern labs.

PET Research Centre

PET Research Centre

We are one of very few sites with a pre-clinical imaging unit, which links biomedical science with chemistry and medicine, allowing students to undertake cutting-edge research projects.

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Daisy Building

Daisy Research Laboratories

Based at Hull’s Castle Hill Hospital and funded through the Daisy Appeal charity, researchers in this world-class research centre, together with their project students, are developing technology to treat cancer, heart conditions and respiratory problems.

Cancer and Metabolism Research Laboratory

Our Allam Building, a £10m centre for cancer and metabolic research, provides a state-of-the-art learning and research environment on campus.

Mass Spectrometry

Our modern mass spectrometry facility is used to investigate biomolecules. It’s used in particular to identify biomarkers implicated in disease. This is currently an expanding field of research within the University.

teaching laboratories

Our stimulating, practical and experimental classes take place in modern laboratories which have recently undergone a £700,000 refurbishment.

[Image 400x400]BioMedical Science Lab Portrait

Microscopy Suite

The state-of-the-art microscopy suite facilitates research across science and engineering. Instruments include fluorescence, confocal, transmission electron, scanning electron and atomic force microscopes.

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School of Life Sciences
  • University of Hull
  • Hull, UK
  • HU6 7RX