We are home to a host of cutting-edge facilities, services and equipment, designed with education, collaboration and innovation in mind.
If you want to find out more about any of our facilities, please get in touch with our reception team.
Anatomy SuitePractitioners, surgeons, paediatricians, other trainees and students have the opportunity to conduct research and clinical practices on real human bodies at our University’s Anatomy Suite. The Anatomy Suite is licensed by the Human Tissue Authority to receive, store, anatomically examine, and dispose of human remains under the Human Tissue Act (2004). The large teaching space features a recently updated audio visual system allowing close up demonstration or electronic presentation to larger groups.
Biomedical Research CentreThe Biomedical Research Centre is a unique collaboration between Norwich Medical School and the School of Biological Sciences, and undertakes pioneering work in diet and health, cancer, arthritis and musculoskeletal disorders, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, neurological disease, hearing disorders, and infectious diseases.
Bob Champion Research and Education BuildingOur £19 million Bob Champion Research and Education Building includes a unique bio-bank facility to store DNA and tissue samples. It also houses laboratories, and teaching facilities suitable for training medical practitioners in rooms reflecting the functions of operational hospital bays.
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Norwich Medical SchoolNorwich Medical School is home to the University’s Anatomy Suite, the Norwich Clinical Trials Unit, and our state-of-the-art MoveEx Lab, alongside a number of purpose-built rooms designed to encourage Problem-based Learning (PBL). Teaching takes place through a series of keynote lectures, small seminar groups and anatomy practical classes.
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Clinical Research FacilityThe Clinical Research Facility (CRF) in the state-of-the-art Quadram Institute is home to a host of research initiatives to aid the development of new treatments and improve patient care. Go to Quadram Institute website.
Norwich Research Park BiorepositoryWorking closely with the research institutes on the Norwich Research Park, the brand new Biorepository stores biological tissue and samples collected for health-related research.