UCL School of Pharmacy


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Pharmacy Centre Launched

A new partnership between UCLH and UCL could transform patient care around the world by making medicines safer and easier to take.

Published: May 16, 2017 2:43:33 PM

Pharmacy Research UK awards a record £200k in research fellowship funding

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) has recently announced their largest ever annual funding award of nearly £200k to support Pharmacy Research. These PRUK personal awards are designed to support those new to research as well as pharmacists leading their first projects, fulfilling one of PRUK’s charitable objectives of developing the pharmacy research leaders of the future.  One of the recipients is a current student, Helen Chang.

Published: Feb 1, 2017 2:32:15 PM

What makes the medicine go down?

Dr Catherine Tuleu is pleased to announce the early release of her paper ‘Can a flavoured spray (Pill Glide) help children swallow their medicines? a pilot study’ in Pediatrics in eFirst pages on November 1st 2016. Its focus is on a swallowing spray can help children experiencing swallowing difficulties to take their tablets and capsules.

Published: Nov 9, 2016 2:33:46 PM

Seminar from School's New Research Clusters for "Age-related medicines development and use" & "Medicines use and optimisation"

Professor Nick Tyler (UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering), Co-Chair of UCL Environment Research Domain and Chair of UCL Grand Challenges of Human Wellbeing Working Group, talked about the considerations into medicine management during the design of a living space in his lecture on 26th October 2016 at the UCL School of Pharmacy.

Published: Nov 9, 2016 2:02:40 PM

Frank Fish Memorial Lecture 2016

Traditional medicine is part of the primary health care in many countries of the world – and a large market in Europe, in the form of complementary medicine.

Published: Nov 9, 2016 11:59:14 AM

Higher pregnancy rate in women without appendix and tonsil

A research paper entitled “Association between prior appendectomy and/or tonsillectomy in women and subsequent pregnancy rate: a cohort study” has received wide publicity including in the BBC news.

Published: Aug 9, 2016 10:05:05 AM