The Division of Surgery aims to improve outcomes for patients undergoing surgical treatment of disease through the transfer of technology into clinical practice. This is being achieved by harnessing Imperial College’s interdisciplinary research strengths and by bringing together clinicians, engineers, designers, and policy makers to create highly innovative solutions across seven broad themes.
The Division of Cancer has a focus on the translation of high-quality basic research into clinical studies leading to stratified and personalised cancer treatment approaches, which will change NHS practice and provide an outstanding environment for academic and commercial research partnerships.
Anaesthetics, Pain Medicine and Intensive Care
The Division of Anaesthetics, Pain Medicine and Intensive Care (APMIC) brings together clinicians and scientists with an emphasis on producing high-quality, high-impact basic and translational research towards the development of novel and better therapeutic strategies.
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25 November 2021Imperial awarded Queen’s Anniversary Prize for COVID-19 response