The School offers a BSc (Hons) Pharmaceutical Sciences, an MPharm Pharmacy programme and a range of postgraduate research opportunities.
The philosophy of the School of Pharmacy is to produce passionate pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists who are adept in addressing many of the major healthcare challenges that we will all face in the 2020s and beyond.
Pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists have the potential to forge strong and unique bridges between science and healthcare to improve health outcomes, built on the back of developing good relationships with patients, healthcare practitioners and the pharmaceutical industry.
Dr Paul F Grassby, Head of School.
The University of Lincoln’s School of Pharmacy is able, through the generous support of donors, to fund a number of prizes and awards to students across the School who are undertaking both the BSc (Hons) in Pharmaceutical Science and the MPharm in Pharmacy. These prizes are intended to support not only the academic nature of the courses but also the importance of the community work that our graduates will be involved in. The prizes include:
These prizes will be awarded annually beginning academic year 2016/17. Further information is available through the School of Pharmacy Course Tutors / Programme Leaders.
The School of Pharmacy is delighted to offer four Fee Waiver Scholarships (UK/EU only) for its Masters of Science (MSc) by Research Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. This is a fantastic opportunity for postgraduate progression while tuition fees are covered by the School of Pharmacy.
The four available scholarships are for students interested in applying to work on the following research projects:
Prevalence of ever user, current user and factors associated with e-cigarette and vaping among university students
Supervisors: Dr. Keivan Ahmadi; Dr. Paul F Grassby e-mail: KAhmadi@lincoln.ac.uk
Design of emulgel drug delivery system of sorbitol derivatives gelators to improve the skin permeability of hydrophilic and hydrophobic drugs.
Supervisor: Dr. Tamim Chalati e-mail: TChalati@lincoln.ac.uk
Synthesis and evaluation of water-soluble macrocycles for the recognition, differentiation and sensing of methyllysines
Supervisor Dr Tobias Gruber e-mail: TGruber@lincoln.ac.uk
Chemical and biological studies on antibiotics to Target Bacterial Cell wall Synthesis.
Supervisor Dr Ishwar Singh e-mail: ISingh@lincoln.ac.uk
If you are interested in any of the above projects please contact the appropriate supervisor by email. For further details on the course and how to apply please visit https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/course/phrphrmr/.