Our taught programmes are underpinned by cutting edge research, allowing us to equip our students for a career on the front line of the healthcare system. We arm you with the skills you need to become a modern pharmacist or pharmaceutical researcher.
Dr Sarah Pontefract talks about how electronic patient records have proved invaluable during the Covid-19 pandemic
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Discover more about our results and the real-world impact of our research.
24 January 2023
Latest research has found that rilmenidine, a drug used to treat hypertension, can be used to slow ageing and extend lifespan.
19 January 2023
Patients with early stage colon cancer benefit from 6 weeks of chemotherapy before surgery
16 January 2023
New and innovative ways to detect and treat cancer being trialled at Birmingham are to receive renewed funding from Cancer Research UK and the NIHR.
10 January 2023
JMCC PLUS publishes fundamental and translational research that advances knowledge of the mechanisms for normal and diseased cardiovascular function.
04 January 2023
Discovery could lead to new therapies for neurological disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis
16 December 2022
School of Pharmacy staff member helping to provide a warm space for the homeless
13 December 2022
Researchers who identified a novel mechanism for platelet activation in blood clotting (thrombosis) are now turning their attention to sepsis
12 December 2022
Patients, parents, charities and healthcare professionals agree key focuses for future research for disease affecting around half a million in UK
08 December 2022
Largest analysis of perinatal outcomes finds disparities in outcomes based on race and ethnicity in high and upper-middle income countries
Across 2022, Professor Jo Morris, from the Institute of Cancer and Genomics, has secured more than £4.9 million to better understand DNA replication and repair.
Two University of Birmingham researchers have been awarded prestigious Medical Research Council (MRC) clinical fellowships this year.
The validated Symptom Burden Questionnaire™ for Long COVID (SBQ™-LC) will help medical researchers develop or test new treatments.