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The University of Bath has a strong track record across the One Health call and our researchers have devised innovative solutions that address key challenges such as sustainable development, climate change, sensors & biosensors, human health and environmental change, coastal and ocean engineering, amongst others.
Bath’s principal centres for collaborative research with industry in this area are (this is not an exhaustive list):
Centre for Space, atmospheric and oceanic science – Studies the environment of the Earth and near-Earth space and their effects on advanced technological systems. We have strong collaborations with the Met Office and the British Antarctic Survey.
Centre for Sustainable & Circular Technologies – Brings together academic expertise to carry out research, training and outreach in sustainable chemical technologies. The Centre offers industry co-funded PhD studentships and the Bath-Monash Global PhD Programme in Sustainable and Circular Technologies.
Centre for mathematical biology – translates living systems into mathematical models in order to make quantitative predictions and inform biological experiments
Centre for Healthcare Innovation and Improvement – CHI² leads and explores multidisciplinary research into health and care systems, and ways to improve them
Centre for Biosensors, Bioelectronics and Biodevices (C3Bio) – Develops technologies to improve biomedical diagnosis, environmental monitoring, industrial bio-processes and our understanding of biological functions. We have received funding for a new doctoral training initiative that will bring together interlinked PhD projects from different disciplines based around a single grand challenge in health technologies.
Cancer Research at Bath – Mission is to improve cancer patient outcomes by fostering links between Bath’s scientists and clinicians. We have established a platform to promote awareness of cancer research, expertise and facilities across the Bath region.
Centre for Research in Regenerative Medicine – By harnessing expertise ranging from fundamental cell and developmental biology to applied engineering, the Centre aims to develop new therapies for unmet clinical needs
Centre for Therapeutic Innovation – transforms innovation, arisen from basic research, to diagnostics and prognostics, medicines design and delivery, leading to personalised medicine.
Water Innovation & Research Centre (WIRC) – provides a unique environment to engage globally in research and policy on water technologies and resource management.
Research at the University of Bristol across the One Health call is extensive and diverse with collaboration between Life Science, Health Sciences, Sciences and Engineering faculties.
The University is currently running research projects and has expertise in Global food security; Agritech; Antimicrobial resistance (AMR); Epidemiology and Water and Environmental Engineering.
Schools, groups, programmes involved in One Health research include (this is not an exhaustive list):
One Health: One Ocean
Including marine, island and coastal community solutions:
Farmed environment, including water courses, coastal zone, offshore (Ocean, sea, channel, etc) and land-based solutions
Including Antimicrobial Resistance, disease prevention, precision medicine and other novel medical solutions:
College of Medicine and Health
University of Exeter Medical School
The Institute of Biomedical and Clinical Science
Institute of Health Research
University of Exeter Academy of Nursing
The European Centre for Environment and Human Health (ECEHH)
Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health
Centre for Medical History
Mireille Gillings Neuroimaging Centre for Dementia Research (opening soon)
Exeter IBD and Pharmacogenetics Research Group
Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI)
Sport and Health Sciences
College of Social Sciences and International Studies
Camborne School of Mines
Southampton’s research groups and institutes are driving cutting-edge research addressing many of the One Health challenges. Climate change, social and health inequalities, sustainable development, and biodiversity conservation are some of the topics being addressed through Geography and Environmental Sciences:
Ocean and Earth Sciences based at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton, a leading centre for oceanography and marine geoscience, cover the coast to the deep ocean and offer access to a wide range of research facilities.
Biological Sciences are addressing fundamental challenges of human health and environmental change; conducting research with industry partners from food to pharmaceuticals. Including agricultural ecology, adaption to changing environments, crop pests and pollinators, human nutrition and food and water security.
Engineering and Electronics and Computer Sciences offer expertise across a diverse range of interests from resource management, bioenergy, eco-hydraulics, sensors and biosensors, analysing complex systems, AI, machine learning and autonomous systems.
The University is also home to several interdisciplinary groups, bringing together specialists and external organisations to address large societal issues:
NEXUS Science is spearheading the advancement of understanding of how to develop water, energy and food resources sustainably to benefit societies and the environment.
NAMRIP the Global Network for Anti-Microbial Resistance and Infection Prevention covers pharmacology and therapeutics, sensing and diagnostics, preventing infection, clean water, sewage and waste, and relationship between animal and human health. Southampton also leads the National Biofilms Innovation Centre
MENSUS Monitoring of Engineered and Natural Systems Using Sensors including energy harvesting, wireless and optical communications for distributed and intelligent networks, sensing in harsh environments.
5G Innovation Centre
Real-World Evidence Centre
Centre for Engineering Materials
Centre for Environment and Sustainability
Environmental Psychology Research Group
Geomechanics Research Group
Food, consumer behaviour and Health Research Group
Science, Environment and Technologies
Acute, Critical and Emergency Care research cluster
Brain and Behaviour research group
Cancer research cluster
Cardiovascular Clinical Academic Group
Centre for Biomedical Engineering
Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Education
Centre for Research in Social Simulation (CRESS)
Centre for Research on Ageing and Gender (CRAG)
Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP)
Clinical Intervention and Practice Research Group
Cognitive Psychology research group
Diabetes Clinical Academic Group
eHealth research theme
Ethics in Care research theme
Food, Consumer Behaviour and Health Research Centre
Global Centre for Clean Air Research
Health Outcomes research group
Health Psychology Research Group
International Care Ethics (ICE) Observatory
Long-term Conditions and Ageing research cluster
Maternal and Child Health research cluster
Pathology and Infectious Diseases
Primary Care Clinical Academic Group
Section of Bacteriology
Social Emotions and Equality in Relations Research Group (SEER)
Surrey Clinical Research Centre (CRC)
Surrey Health Economics Centre (SHEC)
Surrey Sleep Research Centre
Veterinary Biomechanics Laboratory
Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health
Veterinary Preclinical Sciences
Water Environment and Health Engineering Group
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