A Bachelor's or taught master's degree in Pharmacology or a related science (e.g. Anatomy; Biochemistry; Experimental Psychology; Genetics; Pathology; Pharmacology; Physiology; Plant Sciences; Zoology; Biotechnology) at least at 2.1 level.
Months of entry
January, April, October
Course contentProvides research training leading to a PhD degree in Pharmacology. Courses aimed at providing transferable skills training and specialist research skills are provided in the Department and through the Graduate School of Life Sciences www.bio.cam.ac.uk/gradschool
Cellular Signalling; Vascular Pharmacology; Atomic Force Microscopy; Drug Resistance in Cancer Chemotherapy; Pain Mechanisms; Neurodegenerative Disease; Ion Channels; Angiogenesis; Secretory Mechanisms; Receptor Trafficking.
Information for international students
Overseas students may receive funding from Cambridge Trusts including the Cambridge Gates Trust (see www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/gradstud/admissions/index.html and www.gates.scholarships.cam.ac.uk
Fees and fundingMRC & BBSRC studentships, applications may be made to medical research charities such as the British Heart Foundation.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Robin Hiley
- 01223 334018
- 01223 334040