The Department of Life Sciences investigates the properties and inter-relationships of organisms, including humans, other animals and plants - covering different levels of biological organisation, from molecules to communities of organisms.
The Department is made up of 36 academics who undertake research and teaching across a wide range of the biological and biomedical sciences. This group is supported by course managers, course-team assistants and secretarial staff, post-doctoral researchers, and technical staff.
Head of Department: Dr Hilary MacQueen.
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3rd January 2012
Congratulations to Dr Basiro Davey, who has been awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours for services to higher and health education.Basiro is a Senior Lecturer in the faculty of Science, and deputy-director of the Health Education and Training (HEAT) ...