Biosciences at Brighton

University of Brighton biosciences blog

Ugonna Okoro

Life as third year a Biomedical Science student

We chatted to Ugonna Okoro, third year Biomedical Science BSc(Hons) student who talked about the course, career prospects and life at uni.

Dr Sarah Pitt

Brighton academic receives prestigious lifetime membership

Dr Sarah Pitt has been made a Life Member of the Institute of Biomedical Science in recognition of her long and valuable contribution to the field of virology. Dr Pitt – Principal Lecturer in the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences – has become a familiar name in both print and broadcast media over the past year for…

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headshot of Dr Valeria Perugini

Fellowship award for Brighton researcher on disc-related back pain

Dr Valeria Perugini is the latest recipient of the Shepperd Fellowship, created to fund research at the Centre for Regenerative Medicine and Devices. The Shepperd Fellowship is a generous philanthropic donation made by consultant orthopaedic surgeon Mr John Shepperd to support work at one of several pioneering specialist Centres at the university. A key aim…

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Mycobacterial cording as a biofilm in detergent-free liquid media

New research article published on antimicrobial tolerance

Dr Ian Cooper has published a new article in collaboration with staff at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS). The article, “Three-dimensional low shear culture of Mycobacterium bovis BCG induces biofilm formation and antimicrobial drug tolerance”, published in nature.com presents new research on antimicrobial tolerance in association with biofilm formation by Mycobacterium bovis, in…

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Professor Matteo Santin

Brighton biomaterials pioneer receives prestigious international science fellowship

University of Brighton’s Matteo Santin has been inducted as a Fellow of the International Union of Societies for Biomaterials Sciences and Engineering. Santin – Professor of Tissue Regeneration in the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences – recently gave a speech at the World Biomaterials Congress which highlighted the sometimes overlooked contribution biomaterials can make in the fight…

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RSB accredited degrees logo

What our new accreditation means for you

The Biosciences teaching team is delighted to announce that our BSc and BSc with Integrated foundation year degrees for Ecology and Conservation, Biological Sciences and Biomedical Science are now accredited by the Royal Society of Biology (RSB). All graduating students will graduate with an accredited degree and this includes our current final year students. As…

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Professor Richard Faragher

Brighton professor brings expertise to new government report on ageing research

Professor Richard Faragher from Brighton’s Centre for Stress and Age-Related Disease (STRAND) has provided key input to a new report on science and ageing. Published by the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, the report – entitled Ageing: Science, Technology and Healthy Living – highlights recent discoveries about how we age and why, adding an urgent…

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Bhavik Patel in the lab

Brighton duo to develop new treatment for a major health problem of old age

Professor Bhavik Patel has received a £530,503 grant for research to boost detection and treatment of the widespread problem of age-related bowel dysfunction. This significant grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) will see Professor Patel team up with colleague Dr Mark Yeoman – Director of the university’s unique Centre for Stress and Age-related Disease – for a…

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Aisha

Weird and wonderful Brighton

Aisha Williams is a third year Biological Sciences student. See how she gets on with testing a giant octopus for her final year project. Read what she has to say about her course, the uni and the city.

Nelly (student)

First year of Biological Sciences BSc(Hons)

We asked first year Biological Sciences BSc(Hons) student Nelly Oresharova about her experience here so far. What made you choose Brighton and this course? I chose Brighton because of the reputation of the city as an open, inclusive, and generally enjoyable city to live in. I chose the course because I’m taking because I’m generally…

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