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The School of Health, Sport and Bioscience (HSB) is an exciting, friendly and innovative School, which is rapidly growing in both popularity and size.  We offer a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses in scientific, medical and health subjects. These include Podiatry, Physiotherapy, Health Studies, Sports Science and a wide range of Bioscience Subjects. We also have Extended Degrees in Health Science, Sports Science and Bioscience which provide the skills and knowledge required for progression onto a full UEL degree programme.  

News and Events

Oceans and Human Health: Oh I do like to be beside the seaside
Thursday 4th December 2014, starting at 18:00 in CC1.01

This lecture will explore both the traditional and emerging links between our Oceans and Human Health.
More information



Physiotherapy and Podiatry Careers Event
Wednesday 2nd July , 14.00-16.00pm

For careers advisers and teachers, in science and sports related areas. More information


Professor Nutt

Geoff West Annual Pharmacology Lecture
Professor David Nutt, Imperial College London

Putting pharmacology at the heart of drug and alcohol policy

The lecture was delivered on 3rd April to an audience of over 300 at UEL's Stratford Campus. More Information.



Careers Conference

On April 2nd the School of Health, Sport and Bioscience ran a very successful careers conference for bioscience students. More Information.


The annual meeting of Heads of University Centres of Biomedical Science (HUCBMS) 2014 will take place at UEL’s Docklands Campus,  1st -  2nd September. More infomation.
Samir Ayoub thumb HSB’s Dr Samir Ayoub has published an article about the Pharmacology degree at UEL in Pharmacology Matters, the journal of the British Pharmacological Society (BPS). Read it here.
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