MPhil/PhD Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Lincoln
As a researcher in the School of Pharmacy, you have the opportunity to liaise with leaders in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries and to develop strong national and international collaborations.
Research in the School is diverse and multidisciplinary and is generally grouped around two distinct strands: 1) pharmacy education and community engagement with prescribing, and 2) physical pharmaceutics and drug development and delivery. Subsequently, there are opportunities for research students to work with academics across varied topics, including solid-state drug development and biologics delivery.
As a postgraduate student, you can benefit from specialist laboratory space and equipment, a wide range of training programmes designed to enhance your research and transferable skills, as well as support from dedicated academic supervisors.
All of our research students are encouraged to submit papers to scientific journals, present their findings at conferences in the UK and overseas, and share knowledge with colleagues across the University.
You can apply until:
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Research Areas, Projects & Topics
The School’s research is diverse and multidisciplinary and it includes the following areas:
Solid state drug development
Crystal engineering of salts/polymorphs/co-crystals
Nanomedicine and targeted drug delivery
Mucosal delivery of biologics
Mucosal models to study drug delivery
Antimicrobials and vaccines
Bioconjugations and Bio-inspired chemistry
Development of sequence selective DNA cross-linking agents
Data-based medicine and assessment of individual risks/benefits
Application and use of evidence, and pharmacy-led clinical medication reviews
This programme requires students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
Normally a minimum 2:1 in a relevant BSc/MSc degree in a related subject.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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