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The results of the Research Excellence Framework 2014, which assesses the international quality of research outputs, environment and impact, have clearly indicated the world-class standing of UCL SOP. The overall results are expressed in terms of a profile ranging from 4* (world leading) 3* (internationally excellent) 2* (internationally recognized) and 1* (nationally recognized). The School was awarded the following profile: More...
The UCL School
of Pharmacy - Greenlight Pharmacy partnership were overall winners of the ‘Collaboration
and Partnership in Education’ HE NCEL quality award, announced at the awards ceremony
on December 3rd 2014, held at Beveridge Hall in Senate
House, University of London.
The new MSc Pharmaceutical Formulation and Entrepreneurship builds on the strengths of UCL’s School of Pharmacy and department of Management Sciences and Innovation. It has been conceived in direct response to the changing nature of the contemporary pharmaceutical industry, and will provide recent graduates with the skills and knowledge to allow them to participate effectively in the creation and growth of high-impact pharmaceutical business ventures.
UCL School of Pharmacy ran its first summer training course for oversea clinical pharmacists between 14th July and 4th August 2014. The course has attracted a number of hospital pharmacists from both China (mainly) and Russia, as well as participants from pharmaceutical universities. More...
A recent study by Dr Simon Gaisford’s group has shed new light on the viability of solid and liquid probiotic formulations and was reported in the Daily Mail, Daily Express, The Times and The Telegraph. It found that liquid products were in general capable of delivering more viable bacteria than solid products. It also suggested that taking products in the fasted state gave the best chance of successful delivery. More...