Professor Les Baillie introduces local teachers to the newly installed Beehives on Redwood Roof with lab tours to analyse honey
Dr Stephen Clark (PHRMY) together with Dr Meike Heurich (Medicine), received a New Investigator Award by the Intensive Care Foundation (NIHR portfolio partner).
Dr Mathew Smith, Dr Delyth James, Dr Louise Hughes and Dr Karen Hodson recently completed an evaluation of the discharge medication Review service in Wales for Welsh Government.
The prospect of four new cancer medicines becoming a reality for patients has taken a huge step forward.
MPharm III visit to 3M
The 'New' Lecture Theatre is renamed the Paul Spencer Lecture Theatre
Dr Andrea Brancale and Dr Andrew Westwell from the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, joined up with Dr Clarkson, Senior lecturer in the School of Biosciences to develop small chemical inhibitors of the Bcl3 gene.
Harsha Siani wins KTP (knowledge Transfer Partnership) associate presentation entry for 2013.
Recognised for outstanding international collaboration in medicine and pharmaceutical sciences.
Success at the International Society for Quality of Life Research Annual Conference.
Awarded in recognition of professional experience and expertise.
The Fellowship recognises continued excellence in clinical pharmacy practice and research.
The Award, recognising the furtherance of knowledge in the field of Parenteral Science, is given for collaborative research from the School and the Cardiff and Vale Heath Board.
Two staff and the School itself are short-listed in three categories at the annual awards.
The Charter recognises commitment to advancing women's careers in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine employment in academia.
Professor Chris McGuigan and Professor Malcolm Mason to lead the network.
Six School of Pharmacy staff awarded promotion.
The 27th annual past students Ball will be held on Saturday 19th October in the Marriott Hotel, Cardiff.
Dr Gee begins prestigious 3-year term.
Cardiff School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences once again top of the Guardian league table for Pharmacy and Pharmacology.
Compound helps overcome the body's resistance to cancer drug Gemcitabine.
Professor Baxter is honoured for attaining distinction in Pharmacy.
The Cardiff School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences’ annual Pre-Reg Fair was held on Friday 8 March in the Glamorgan Buildings’ beautiful Committee Rooms.
The School's Undergraduate Staff-Student panel are winners of Staff-Student Panel of the Year 2013
Eminent Society acts to represent Welsh learning internationally.
Welsh experience of Frameworks to be shared.
Professor Les Baillie and his team feature on BBC News.
Student to be the UK representative at the International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation Annual Congress.
British Society for the History of Pharmacy award promotes historical studies related to pharmacy.
Prize recognises outstanding scientists demonstrating dedication, excellence and future potential in the field of antiviral research.
School of Pharmacy Breast Cancer Campaign Senior Research Fellow, Dr Julia Gee, attended a Number 10 Downing Street reception hosted by Samantha Cameron, for research charity Breast Cancer Campaign
Nucana BioMed have commenced a phase 1 trial of NUC 1031 against pancreatic cancer.
Professor Les Baillie speaks to BBC Sunday Politics Wales about antibiotic resistance and his group's work in the Cardiff School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Dr Arwyn Jones leads Cardiff University's involvement in five year, €30M COMPACT project.
for the best overall results in the 2012 National Student Survey.
Staff promotions to senior lecturer, reader and professor
8th Edition of Hugo & Russell's Pharmaceutical Microbiology highly commended in Pharmacology category.
Another successful annual Pharmacy Postgraduate Research Day was held in the Redwood Building on Wednesday 18th April.
New research by Dr Kathryn Taylor of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Cardiff University has identified the switch which releases zinc into cells, with important implications for a number of diseases.
Dr Maillard presented the 2012 Denver Russell Memorial lecture to the Winter Meeting of the Society for Applied Microbiology on 11th January at the Royal Society in London.
The deal includes rights to two drugs discovered in Cardiff.
02/12/2011Nucana, a Scottish company have announced new funding and a phase 1 trial on NUC 1031 against pancreatic cancer
01/12/2011New data released by Inhibitex reveal that INX-189 at higher doses in combination with ribavirin continued to show synergistic activity against hepatitis C.
08/11/2011Inhibitex have just reported that INX-189, first synthesised in this School, produced a more than 10,000 reduction in viral load in patients treated with 200mg daily for 7 days, with very few side effects.
Dr Robin Davies passed away after a short illness on 7th October 2011
Dr Emma Lane, WSP, co-edits with Prof Stephen Dunnet (School of Biosciences) this new major publication from Springer Protocols
Andrew Lim, who starts his final year in October, was awarded a Commended Poster Prize in Nottingham (Sept. 2011).
Pharmacy Postgraduate Students Edward Sayers, Jenny Wymant and Edward Hayes joined up with postdoctoral researcher Jessica Roberts (Dentistry) and acting group Angel Exit Theatre at the Green Man Festival this year to demonstrate some of the science behind wound healing.
Several exhibits were available at the Science and Technology Pavilion and these were staffed by Cardiff University students including three Welsh School of Pharmacy Undergraduates Malen Gwilym, Eleri Jones and Nia Tomos.
Formal hand-over of the Turner Collection to the School
The latest students to graduate from the Welsh School of Pharmacy 18th July 2007