School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Second Sêr Cymru Postgraduate Conference

8 September 2017

The second Sêr Cymru Postgraduate Conference brings together and presents the research of the PhD students within the 3 Sêr Cymru National Research Networks (NRNs)

Mark Gumbleton

New Head of School

25 August 2017

We welcome Mark Gumbleton as Head of School

Cardiff Nottingham and Padua Scientists manipulate the tumour environment to drive nanoparticle uptake into cancer cells

27 July 2017

EPSRC funded collaboration designs new targeting platforms for cancer cells

Cardiff’s Professor Turner OBE awarded the Leslie Matthews Medal

27 July 2017

Professor Turner OBE has become the 10th recipient of the Leslie Matthews Medal

Cardiff School of Pharmacy innovator featured in photo exhibition to inspire women entrepreneurs

24 July 2017

Cardiff School of Pharmacy innovator featured in photo exhibition to inspire women entrepreneurs

Chris McGuigan Memorial Garden

Chris McGuigan Memorial Garden receives Green Flag Community Award

19 July 2017

Pharmacy gains Green Flag Community Award 2017

Green Impact Team 2017

School of Pharmacy scoops four Green Impact Awards

11 July 2017

Green Impact Awards 2017

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Cardiff University technology facilitates the discovery of a possible treatment for devastating infections

5 July 2017

An experimental drug has shown great promise in treating serious infections like Ebola, MERS and SARS.

Graduate Bisma Ali working as a primary care pharmacist.

Cardiff pharmacy graduate triples her training for her pre-registration year

3 July 2017

A new scheme is allowing pharmacy graduates to triple their training by trying their hands at not one but three different fields.

Celtic Connection – A snapshot of Irish and Welsh Life Sciences

13 June 2017

Join this free session which will enable businesses from across Wales and Ireland to learn more about trading in these two regions and explore potential for increasing trade, growth and routes to market.

Senedd Building

Science and the Assembly

7 June 2017

Cardiff exhibits at annual science and technology event

Student Leadership winner, Gwenno Williams

Cardiff Student Wins Welsh Pharmacy Award

5 June 2017

Cardiff School of Pharmacy student, Gwenno Williams has proudly won the Student Leadership Award at this year’s Welsh Pharmacy Awards.

May Measurement Month volunteers

Taking May Measurement Month to the Welsh Office

25 May 2017

Pharmacy volunteers take blood pressure in the Welsh Office to raise awareness of hypertension

Professor Gary Baxter

New Pro Vice-Chancellor

25 May 2017

Professor Gary Baxter has been appointed as the new Pro Vice-Chancellor for the College of Biomedical and Life Sciences

Life Science Research Network and Cardiff University take science to the Urdd Eisteddfod

15 May 2017

The Life Science Research Network Wales supports science across Wales and is coordinating an active science exhibition at this year’s Urdd National Eisteddfod in Bridgend, from 29th May to 3rd June.

Spot-a-bee logo

Get outdoors this summer and spot a bee

10 May 2017

Cardiff University asks for public’s help with city-wide conservation project

Close up of Microscope and slides

Innovative brain cancer research

6 April 2017

Cardiff University and national charities join forces to tackle deadly brain cancer

Bee

Cardiff success at Guardian University Awards

31 March 2017

A bee-friendly campus initiative, run by the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, has won the Sustainability category at the Guardian University Awards 2017

Children at exhibit at Brain Games 2017

Success for 5th annual Brain Games

29 March 2017

Around 3,700 children and families put their brains to the test on Sunday as they gathered at the National Museum Cardiff for this year’s Brain Games event.

A new class of molecules have been found that have the potential to slow down neurodegeneration and treat Parkinson's disease

Early stage research explores potential for new Parkinson’s treatment

22 March 2017

Recent research, carried out by Cardiff University in collaboration with the Universities of Dundee and Birmingham, has led to the discovery of a molecule which could help to slow down and potentially treat Parkinson’s disease