The Division of Molecular and Clinical Medicine undertakes clinically-relevant research and teaching across the spectrum of translational research from bench to bedside.

The Division of Molecular and Clinical Medicine is a large and diverse division of the School of Medicine that undertakes clinically-relevant research and teaching across the spectrum of translational research from bench to bedside, including clinical trials and outcomes research.

The objectives of the division are to provide clinical and research leadership from the interface of basic science and clinical medicine across the medical disciplines, to teach undergraduate and postgraduate students, to perform high quality research, and to provide leadership in National Medical and Scientific bodies.

The Division is embedded within Ninewells Hospital and Medical School and associated Institutes and Centres, including the Clinical Research Centre  having it ideally placed to translate the outcomes of research into improvements in clinical practice. The Medicines Monitoring Unit (MEMO) is a research unit that aims to improve the safe and effective use of medicines in patients.

The Division has students enrolled in Bachelor of Medical Science (BMSci Hons), Master of Science, Doctorate of Medicine and Doctor of Philosophy. The Division also regularly hosts students for research training on exchange from International Universities.

Professor Chim Lang

Professor Chim Lang

Head of Division

Professor Russell Petty

Professor Russell Petty

Deputy Head of Division

Principal Investigators