PhDs and Research Degrees in the School of Pharmacy

We welcome applicants for our postgraduate research opportunities available in the School for the coming academic year.  Our research embraces the following themes including:

  • Synthesis of Functional Molecules
  • Understanding Biological Function
  • Medicine Management
  • Advanced Methods For Characterisation and Delivery

 

Our postgraduate degrees by research usually take between three to four years to complete and are supervised by our expert scientists who outline the research, and provide guidance and mentoring throughout the project. Prospective students are welcome to contact supervisors in whose research they are interested to explore the opportunities. Staff research pages can be viewed via the People pages, which includes contact details for each member of staff.
 

PhD

Bornean plants as a source of as Anti-Plasmid Agents (GIBBONSS_U21SCIPVC)

Natural products are a superb source of antibiotic molecules and offer a significant opportunity to overcome antimicrobial resistance (AMR) as either new...

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PhD

Targeting Telomerase Protein-Protein Interactions in Cancer (BEEKMANA_U121AMS)

A feature of tumours is immortality. This is achieved by overriding our natural ageing process. Our DNA has repeating units on the end that protect our DNA...

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PhD

Postgraduate Research in Pharmacy

We are a top tier, research-led university and are committed to making a substantial impact on the global challenges facing society. Our postgraduate...

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PhD

What is the role of a pharmacy technician in a patient-centred, service-focussed community pharmacy? (TWIGG_U21SF)

Typically, community pharmacy services tend to be undertaken by the pharmacist, with dispensing staff (technicians and dispensers) focussing on medicine...

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