The research done in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Studies is diverse, ranging from the structure and function of proteins, to physiological processes such as reproduction and immune surveillance, to pathologies such as cancer, cardiovascular disease and neurodegenerative disease. In doing so, we provide our trainees with comprehensive education and research experiences---spanning from fundamental biochemical principles to translational patient-oriented research. Our multidisciplinary and collaborative research environment is conducive to unbridled discovery and supports many research leaders.
Here you can access the shared research equipment housed within the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, which is available for use by faculty, staff, and graduate students for research and training purposes.
Numerous Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences faculty members, and their trainees, are also affiliated with one or more research groups that represent important foci of scientific expertise and subjects of intense investigation at Queen's University. More information about these research groups and their activities can be found through the links below.
Research groups include:
- Cancer Research Institute
- Queen's Cardiopulmonary Research Unit
- Centre for Neuroscience Studies
- Gastrointestinal Diseases Research Unit
- Group for Research in Reproduction and Development
- Infection, Immunity and Inflammation Research Group (3IQ)