The Pharmacy and Therapeutics theme plays major roles in three broad areas of research, education and clinical activity within the School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine.
Offering a lively and stimulating academic environment in which researchers, professionals and students interact. All are connected by an interest in medicines - how they work, how they are made and how they are used by people to prevent and treat disease.
Particularly relevant to this theme is our wide ranging expertise (education and research) in Neuropharmacology, Pharmacology and Therapeutics and a new flagship investment by the University of Birmingham into Pharmacy, which will have wide impact in prescribing, medicines optimisation and research being able to augment clinical pharmacology and translational research providing novel drug delivery systems and medicine formulations. New Pharmacy education programmes include a DPharm for registered pharmacists who are experienced practitioners and an MPharm course which commenced in 2013.
Our research focuses on advancing and understanding medicines and health care, and in creating new medicine and our major research groups are:
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