Interdisciplinary research

The Centre's academics incorporate qualitative and quantitative research methods in a truly interdisciplinary fashion; connecting science, the arts and the humanities to improve understanding of the health risks and opportunities presented by the environment.

Life on Land, Sustainable Cities and Communities

Tourism, Wellbeing and Ecosystem Services

The European Centre is playing a key role in the TObeWELL network, set up by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology.

Health and Wellbeing, Life on Land

Antibiotic resistance in farm animals

Investigating the conditions under which antibiotic resistance genes are advantageous to bacteria.

Life on Land, No Poverty, Sustainable Cities and Communities

The INHERIT project

Examining the health and environmental implications of our living, moving and consuming patterns.

Health and Wellbeing, Life on Land

PollerGEN

PollerGEN is an interdisciplinary NERC-funded project aiming to revolutionise aeropollen measurement and forecasting.

Life on Land, Reduced Inequalities, Sustainable Cities and Communities

The marine environment and human wellbeing

The PhD examines the importance and value of coasts for human well-being and makes steps towards developing an approach upon which to base future policy evaluations.

Life on Land, Responsible Consumption and Production

Antimicrobial resistance in livestock

Creating a conceptual framework to improve understanding of antimicrobial resistance in livestock systems.

Clean Water and Sanitation, Life Below Water, Life on Land

Mapping the evidence for AMR

Mapping the evidence for the risks of human exposure to antimicrobial resistance in the natural environment.

Clean Water and Sanitation, Life on Land, Responsible Consumption and Production

Understanding the evolution of antimicrobial resistance

How do environmental factors shape the ratio of vertical to horizontal resistance evolution?

Health and Wellbeing, Life on Land

Evolution of opportunistic pathogens

Understanding the ecology and evolution of antimicrobial resistance in opportunistic pathogens.