PHD Pharmaceutical Sciences

Duration: 3 years

Course details

The PhD programme requires you to research and write a thesis of 80,000 words with supervision from academic staff, the work should make an original contribution to knowledge.Supervision is available in virtually all fields of pharmaceutical Sciences. All supervisors are qualified members of staff with their own major research projects and publications.The normal period of registration for the PhD in Law is three years full-time and six years part-time. This programme can also be studied by Distance Learning.

Ideas of possible themes

  • Development  diagnostics and therapeutics

  • Modelling and simulation of pharmacokinetics

  • Analysis of inter-individual variability

  • Optimal design

  • Applications of systems biology

  • Extrapolation

  • Applications of PKPD

Entry requirements

  •  A levels : LLM or equivalent qualification
  •  Language contest

Career possibilities

While pharmacists are directly involved in patient care and work with existing drugs, it’s pharmaceutical scientists who create new drugs and therapies. The pharmaceutical sciences draw on a wide range of disciplines to discover, test, and manufacture new drugs and therapies, as well as evaluate their effectiveness and safety.
Pharmaceutical scientists can find employment at pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, universities, regulatory agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration, and national laboratories such as the National Institutes of Health.

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