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University of Nottingham: Digestive Diseases

Institution University of Nottingham
Department School of Medicine
Study type Research


Follow your research interests in Epidemiology and Public Health with the School of Medicine at the University of Nottingham where 100% of our research is classed as world-leading or internationally excellent for its impact, vitality, and sustainability in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014.

You will design, plan and deliver an original and independent research project, with supervision and support from our research experts in the Division of Epidemiology and Public Health. Training will be provided in key skills, specific to your project.

Specific subject titles have included:

  • Gastroenterology

  • Gastrointestinal Surgery

You can also study in areas like:

  • Hepatology

  • Endoscopy

  • Clinical nutrition

  • Gastrointestinal imaging

  • Liver imaging

  • Gastrointestinal infection and immunity

By joining our postgraduate research community, you’ll be part of our Researcher Academy. This is a dedicated support network that champions our research culture and is excellent way for you to connect with researchers across the University. There’s a wealth of resources and training opportunities available via the Researcher Academy. This includes support with:

  • academic writing

  • career development

  • communication and dissemination

  • public engagement opportunities

  • research management

  • research methods and tools

Find out more about our Researcher Academy:


Doctor of Philosophy - PhD

Master of Philosophy - MPhil

Master of Research - MRes

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