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I am delighted to report that we have been ranked number one in the world for Anatomy & Physiology in the recent Top Universities QS rankings for 2017.  This ranking is based on Academic Reputation, Citations per Paper, Employer Reputation and H Index of Faculty.

The Oxford Mail has written an article on the rankings, available here.

David Paterson

Head of Department

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