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Working together. Achieving excellence.
The University of Liverpool’s Institute of Psychology, Health and Society is recognised for its commitment to delivering world-class research to improve the health and wellbeing of societies, locally and globally. The University’s established position as a founding member of the Russell Group is something we celebrate, as we continue to attract world-leading academics to our team. We welcome staff who want to collaborate in the delivery of our vision and work towards achieving future success.
The Institute is a welcoming and nurturing learning environment and a rewarding place to work, where we encourage collaboration through active research. We are committed to supporting all staff to build their academic profile and achievements during their time here.
Our research is supported by state-of-the-art facilities, which help our academics stay at the forefront of new ideas, and deliver research that evidences truly world-class results.
In 2008, the Waterhouse Building underwent a £3 million refurbishment project, and now provides new office space for the Institute. Part of the original Liverpool Infirmary built in the 1890s, the buildings were designed by architect Alfred Waterhouse, famous for landmarks such as the Natural History Museum in London.
The Eleanor Rathbone Building houses cutting-edge laboratory spaces, including the Human Ingestive Behaviour (Kissileff) Laboratory. A purpose built suite of rooms designed for the experimental study of human ingestive behaviour, it is one of the largest dedicated facilities of its kind in the UK. Our outstanding facililities also include an EEG Laboratory, an Eye-Tracker Facility, and a Hydra Immersive Simulation System.