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PhD supervisor research areas – University of Reading

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PhD supervisor research areas

The academic staff at Reading School of Pharmacy conduct internationally competitive research across three research divisions. These are Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Pharmacy Practice.

Our staff have published many academic papers and book chapters, and gain significant funding from research councils, the pharmaceutical industry, and charities.

You will use our state-of-the-art Chemical Analysis Facility, a new Brain Embodiment Laboratory, and an interdisciplinary life sciences research building. These facilities ensure that our research programmes progress at internationally competitive rates.

Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

We have academics specialising in pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical chemistry undertaking ground-breaking research here at the University of Reading.

If you are interested in this branch of pharmacy research, take a look at the current PhD projects in pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical chemistry and apply.

physiology and Pharmacology

Our physiology and pharmacology research has an excellent track record of collaborating with academic, industrial, and clinical researchers and professionals.

Make a difference in pharmacy research by joining one of our physiology and pharmacology PhD projects. See what projects we're working on at the moment, and apply to join us.

Pharmacy Practice

Undertaking a pharmacy practice PhD project at the University of Reading will set you up for an exciting career in research.

In the latest Research Excellence Framework, 85% of our research was either world-leading or internationally excellent. See what projects you can get involved in.

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