Records of the Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences

Scope and Content

Guides and leaflets 1994-1995.

Administrative / Biographical History

The Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences was formed in 1994  through the merger of the departments of Anatomy, Botany, Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Genetics and Biotechnology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Physical Education and Sports Science, Physiology, Virology and Zoology. In 2000  , the Institute was granted faculty status with departments formally leaving the Faculty of Science.

The Faculty is presided over by an appointed dean and conducts its own academic administration, including degree and course development, admissions and appeals and the financial administration of its resources.

Additional Information

Subfonds level description created by Victoria Peters, GASHE project manager, 21 June 2001  .