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Barts & The London - The William Harvey Research Institute

Undergraduate programmes

Explore the elements of basic, molecular and clinical pharmacology, develop laboratory expertise and understand clinical trials and regulatory pathways. 

Learn how to assess sports injuries, understand treatment options, as well as the physiological and psychological benefits of exercise and its use as a health tool.

The BMedSci is for undergraduate medical or dental students who have completed the second, third or fourth of their MB BS studies. 

Pharmacology teaching and the MBBS

The William Harvey Research Institute (WHRI) has a major commitment to pharmacology teaching in the MBBS undergraduate curriculum at Queen Mary University of London. In the early years, the primary focus is on basic pharmacology where our teaching is coordinated with that in biochemistry, physiology and pathology to provide students with a strong grounding in the fundamental sciences.

In the senior MBBS years, the WHRI leads clinical pharmacology, prescribing and therapeutics training. We have developed an extremely successful multi-disciplinary teaching program that ensures our graduates competently meet the difficult challenges of prescribing medicines safely and effectively. The Prescribing Safety Assessment (PSA), the national examination that must be passed by all new doctors before they can prescribe for patients in their care, is taken by all final year medical students in the UK. Our students have a one hundred percent success record to date.

For more details, including how to apply, please visit the School of Medicine and Dentistry.