Guardian university league table success

The School of Medicine at the University of Dundee is delighted to be ranked 4th in the entire UK and 1st in Scotland according to the Guardian University League Tables for 2016 which has just been published. This is an outstanding achievement, and a testimony to the hard work, innovation and high standards that are the hallmark of our School. Placed behind only Cambridge, Oxford and UCL we at the TORT Centre are proud to be a part of this continuing success; the hard work and dedication of our team of staff and the novel and ground-breaking research conducted by our students and the accreditation of our courses (MCh Orth degree and MSc in Orthopaedic Science) by the Royal College of Surgeons of England) all helps in adding to the prestige and praise the Medical School achieves. Last year the Dundee Medical School was 5th in the same table, and have enjoyed a similar ranking now for the last five years. The University of Dundee as a whole has risen from 47 last year to 38 in this year’s standings. This achievement is a credit to all staff and students in the Medical School.

Professor Rami Abboud, Head of Department of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery at the TORT Centre, added:

“We should all feel proud of the continual success that the Medical School and the University are achieving, and most importantly we are part of a team that is making current substantial history and not living on past historic success.”

A snapshot of the research being carried out at the TORT Centre can be seen from the images below.

Photographic Collage