Research spans the translational spectrum from molecular and cellular biology to clinical trials and the evaluation of innovations in practice.
Our research improves quality of clinical care, informs Wales and UK Government healthcare policy, and is applicable internationally.
The distinct groups within the unit have a common focus towards benefiting human health and welfare.
Researchers in UoA4 conduct work in order to understand behaviour and the causes of psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders.
Biosciences at Cardiff encourages high-level interdisciplinary collaborations, nationally and internationally.
Our research in earth systems and environmental sciences is addressing some of the most significant challenges in world science.
Our international research expertise, state of the art facilities and strategic partnerships enable us to be at the forefront of scientific discovery.
Research staff are actively involved in major international collaborations including the SPIRE instrument consortium for the Herschel satellite.
We are using mathematical reasoning to provide solutions to real-world problems.
We seek to solve challenging computational problems in the areas of distributed and scientific computing, informatics, and visual computing.
Working with industrial partners and other organisations, researchers at Cardiff are leading cutting-edge projects that have numerous practical applications.
We aim to be renowned for our innovation and deep-rooted international links with industry, built on fundamental and applied research of the highest quality.
Research focuses on the planning, governance and sustainability of cities, regions and rural spaces.
The School's research strategy is to foster excellence in key areas of the architectural and built environment research agenda.
Our staff are empowered to be innovative and encouraged to solve archaeological problems in a creative way that embraces the wider public.
Cardiff Business School builds on its strong position as one of the UK’s major social science centres for business and management research.
Our interdisciplinary and collaborative work has fostered international links and provided a rich source of research income.
Our core strengths encompass European politics, comparative devolution, history of political thought and international relations.
Sociology at Cardiff is committed to the promotion of public and policy sociology, informed by extensive external collaboration and engagement.
Generating innovative synergies between the disciplines of education, sociology, geography, criminology, social work and social policy.
Combining core intellectual humanities scholarship with social science research and policy-oriented work.
Making contributions at the cutting edge of international research.
Providing a multi-disciplinary environment for research into social and cultural approaches, transnationalism, gender, and historical theory.
A balanced and high quality research unit with considerable vibrancy and energy.
Combining historical and textual-linguistic study of religious traditions and theologies with social-scientific approaches to religion in contemporary societies.
We have an international reputation across our three sub-disciplines of composition, performance, and musicology.
Our research groups intervene across a range of key contemporary issues and have strong links with practitioners and policy makers.
Our researchers are working across disciplines to tackle major challenges facing society, the economy and our environment.