The most recent Research Excellence Framework (2014) rated 92% of our research as of international quality/world-leading.
Research within Bradford School of Pharmacy is supported by a range of centrally administered facilities. Major research themes are within cell biology, pathophysiology and medicines development and we are developing other high-quality work alongside these areas, in particular pharmacy practice research, focusing on the optimisation of medicines use.
Physically located at close quarters, there is emphasis and encouragement to develop collaborative research, and there has been a high level of investment in buildings and equipment infrastructure, providing an excellent research environment. All academics within Bradford School of Pharmacy are associated with one of the following school research groupings, which in many cases involve cross-departmental and cross-faculty centres and institutes.
Medicines Development and Pharmaceutical Sciences group led by Professor Anant Paradkar