Research degrees at the William Harvey Research Institute
The School of Medicine and Dentistry was placed within the top seven UK institutions in all Units of Assessment – Clinical Medicine; Public Health, Health Services and Primary Care; and Allied Health Professions, Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy- during REF 2014.
The William Harvey Research Institute has three central research themes, and one centre:
- Inflammation science
- Cardiovascular medicine
- Endocrine research
- Centre of Sports and Exercise Medicine
The William Harvey Research Institute (WHRI) is one of Europe's largest pharmacological institutes, conducting world-leading research in the fields of cardiovascular, endocrine and inflammation science. Our major strength is in bringing scientists with different skills together, combining disciplines such as genetics, cell biology, pharmacology, epidemiology, advanced imaging and clinical trials with therapeutic innovation.
We benefit from strong clinical links to cardiology, renal medicine, critical care, anaesthesia, rheumatology and clinical endocrinology in our allied Barts and The London NHS Trust. Embedded within the WHRI is the Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine, which offers a modular programme in sports and exercise medicine for both doctors and physiotherapists, as well as a research programme including work on the legacy of the 2012 Olympics.
Much more information about supervision, funding and programme structure can be found on the WHRI PhD pages here https://www.qmul.ac.uk/whri/study-with-us/postgraduate-research-/
Prospective students who have already obtained funding or are considering applying for external funding should contact: Dr Paul Chapple and include your CV, details or funding and a brief research proposal.