The Bateson Centre: Nationally important and distinctive
External Scientific Review 2018
We are a world-leading Centre studying Development and Disease, focussed around our expertise in non-mammalian models.
The Bateson Centre is a vibrant partnership between basic and clinician scientists working together to study how the body develops and changes over life. This knowledge helps us to understand how we stay healthy and why we get ill.About us>
Animal welfare breakthrough helps to accelerate brain and diabetes research
A team of scientists from the University of Sheffield have developed a new method of studying neurovascular coupling – how the brain regulates its blood supply – using zebrafish.Find out more>
University reaffirms commitment to greater openness about animal research
The University of Sheffield has reaffirmed its commitment to greater openness about animal research as one of 10 world-leading UK universities to publish their research figures on 20 November 2018.Find out more>
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At the Bateson, we're committed to the training of the next generation of scientists at the interface of Development and Disease. We offer a range of Masters courses and PhD studentships.Postgraduate study>
Our multidisciplinary research enables us to ask fundamental questions about developmental biology and disease: How is health maintained over the lifecourse? How can we apply developmental biology principles to understand disease and identify potential new treatments?Our expertise> Research themes> Group leaders>
The centre receives funding from a range of sources including the MRC, the BBSRC, The Wellcome Trust, British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Parkinson’s UK and the European Union.More about our Funders>
Read more about our state-of-the-art research facilities available to our staff, students and collaborators.