Cell, Developmental and Cancer Biology (CDCB) at Aberdeen

Research in the CDCB programme at Aberdeen ranges from fundamental cell and developmental behaviour through to clinical understanding of various pharmacological, cell and tissue therapies.

Cell Biology at Aberdeen

Integrative Cell Biology at Aberdeen encompasses research relating to a range of diseases and injuries including diabetes, cancer, reproductive system, cardiac, nerve and brain trauma, tissue repair.

Developmental Biology at Aberdeen

Developmental Biology at Aberdeen aims to understand the molecular and cellular processes that drive embryogenesis, the roles and uses of stem cells, and develop new therapies for human birth defects.

Cancer Biology at Aberdeen

Cancer Biomedicine at Aberdeen combines laboratory and clinical based research to develop improved therapies and imaging methods for detecting and treating a range of cancers.