Research institutes and centres
Skin Integrity and Infection Prevention
The Institute for Skin integrity and infection prevention was formed in 2014 as a collaboration between the School of Human and Health Sciences, School of Computing and Engineering and School of Applied Sciences.
Secure Societies Institute
The Secure Societies Institute (SSI) is an inter-disciplinary research platform at the University of Huddersfield committed to developing a secure society for all, working with practitioners and policy makers in the fields of terrorism, crime, sustainability, design and security.
Applied Criminology and Policing
Originally located in a West Yorkshire police station almost 20 years ago, increasing demand for our work has led us to grow over time into a vibrant research community, moving onto the University campus in 2004.
Just Futures Centre
Just Futures: Centre for Child, Youth, Family and Community Research is an internationally renowned centre of excellence in child and family research.
Applied Psychological Research
The Centre for Applied Psychological Research (CAPR) has a international reputation for innovative, interdisciplinary research with a particular emphasis on applied cognitive science, the psychology of health.
Applied Research in Health
Our main aim is to carry out research which improves the health and wellbeing of those using health services and the wider population, with an emphasis on applied research.
Citizenship, Conflict, Identity and Diversity
The centre brings together academics and researchers in areas including gender and sexuality, health and wellbeing, citizenship and social exclusion, conflict, and social and political identities.
Cognition and Neuroscience
The Centre for Cognition and Neuroscience (CCN) is focused on the development of fundamental theories of cognitive and neural processing and their application to solving pressing human problems. Our research is always inspired by the aim to create a positive impact in the real world.