The Dunn School has been fully international for nearly 100 years and Brexit will not change this. Over half our staff are non-British, and we welcome everyone who wants to participate in our world-leading biomedical research.
Scientists at the Dunn School aim to discover the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying human health and disease. With a long history of exceptional achievements, we offer an outstanding environment and training.
Around 250 scientists work at the Dunn School, including more than 100 postdoc scientists and 80 graduate students, from over 30 countries. We support people throughout their scientific careers, provide excellent facilities and exciting research questions.