Our research benefits the local, national and global health economy, resulting in novel treatment and intervention. The celebrated research scientists and clinicians who work here are focused on translating their findings from bench to bedside.
We're delivering outcomes that make a real impact, particularly on the important issue of tackling local health inequalities. Bringing together life scientists with clinical researchers, as well as engineers, computer scientists and statisticians, will open up much larger data sets and deliver greater outcomes towards healthy living and ageing.
Ageing and chronic disease
We're working to improve the quality of increasingly longer lives worldwide. We identify ways to delay the onset of ageing and reduce its negative effects.
Liverpool City Region has some of the poorest heart health in the country. We're targeting studies towards disease epidemiology, treatment and prevention.
Eye and vision
Our scientists, engineers and clinicians are working collaboratively to uncover how vision is affected by disease and how we can treat vision loss.
We're advancing solutions to age-related diseases and conditions. Our work is multidisciplinary, bringing together medical and veterinary clinicians, epidemiologists and biomedical scientists.
Women's and Children's Health
Covering obstetrics, gynaecology, neonatology and medical and surgical paediatrics; our teams are producing world-leading research into the challenges surrounding women's and children's health.
Centres of Excellence
The Medical Research Council Versus Arthritis Centre for Integrated Research into Musculoskeletal Ageing (CIMA)
The MRC-Arthritis Research UK Centre for Integrated research into Musculoskeletal Ageing (CIMA) is a collaboration between researchers and clinicians at the University of Liverpool, University of Sheffield and Newcastle University. They are funded by the Medical Research Council and Arthritis Research UK. The Centre was established in 2012 and its success was recognised by the renewal of its funding in 2017.
Liverpool Centre for Cardiovascular Science
The Liverpool Centre for Cardiovascular Science (LCCS) has been formed as a strategic research platform, bringing together world-leading research and clinical specialists in cardiovascular biology and medicine. University of Liverpool, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital Trust, Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Health Partners have allied their forces to tackle the stark issue of Cardiovascular health in the North West.
MicroAge - Muscles, Age and Microgravity
In collaboration with the UK Space Agency and Kayser Space Ltd, we're investigating skeletal muscle ageing in microgravity, with experiments to take place on the International Space Station.
A new framework for computational biomechanical models and 3Rs in musculoskeletal research
The University of Liverpool is collaborating with researchers at the University of Hull and University of Leeds to investigate the potential for computer models to realise replacement, reduction and refinement of animal use in musculoskeletal research.
Global implementation of screening for diabetic retinopathy
Diabetic retinopathy is a leading cause of preventable blindness and vision impairment. Professor Simon Harding and his team are working to improve the testing, diagnosis and treatment of the condition worldwide.
Our academic leadership team
Professor Malcolm Jackson
Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Impact
Professor Peter Clegg
Executive Dean, Institute of Life Course and Medical Sciences
Professor Rachel Williams
Institute Research Strategy Lead / Deputy Execuite Dean
Professor Sondos Albadri
Institute Clinical Lead
Accreditations and partnerships
Our local and global partnerships provide vital support to our research activity.
The Wellcome Trust exists to improve health by helping great ideas to thrive. Wellcome is an independent global charitable foundation.
Liverpool Health Partners
Liverpool Health Partners' mission is to improve population health outcomes and economic productivity in Cheshire and Merseyside.
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)
NIHR is the nation's largest funder of health and care research and provides the people, facilities and technology that enables research to thrive.
Athena SWAN Silver Award
We're proud to hold the Athena SWAN Silver Award, recognising our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.