Candidates should normally have a good Honours degree in a biosciences area, pharmacology, pharmacy, chemistry or a related scientific discipline.
Months of entry
January, October, July, April
Busy and expanding department with 6 associated research units. Stresses interdisciplinary approach to study life processes in human beings and other organisms.
Cutaneous biology - skin and hair follicle biology; Vascular biology and immunology; Neuroscience; Genetic/reproductive toxicology and reproduction; Medical microbiology; Natural products/phytotherapy.
Fees and funding
Industrial/health service collaboration, Research Councils.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Life Sciences Research Office
- 01274 235949
- 01274 236155