Faculty of Sciences

Research Strategy - Sciences@Kent

 

Research in the Faculty of Sciences has its origins in the richly focussed and internationally recognised research culture of individual academic staff in the Sciences’ Schools, Centres and Groups, which host both strong disciplinary-based and interdisciplinary research.  The Faculty integrates vibrant research activity at the University's Canterbury and Medway campuses.

This strong individual research base has established seven Sciences@Kent Centres and a broad range of research groups across the Faculty with both critical mass and high quality research performance in terms of external funding, PhD research and publications in international refereed journals and with major commercial presses.
Sciences@Kent strives to encourage the further development of such multidisciplinary research activities among its various research Centres and Groups.

Dr Dan Mulvhill

Dr Dan Mulvihill

Associate Dean (Research and Innovation)

Reader in Cell and Molecular Biology

Ingram Building room 424
School of Biosciences
Tel: 01227 827239 (Direct line)
Tel: 01227 764000 ext 7239 (Switchboard)
Email: d.p.mulvihill@kent.ac.uk

last updated: November 17, 2017

Contact: Joanna Walpole j.l.walpole@kent.ac.uk

Faculty of Sciences, Marlowe Building, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NR

Enquiries: T +44 (0)1227 827833, E stms-enquiry@kent.ac.uk

Last Updated: 17/11/2017