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, October, April
Provides 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. Visit our website.
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. Visit our website.
Fees and funding
MRC & 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