To advance our research objectives within the College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology, the Department of Cell Physiology and Pharmacology (CPP) ceased to exist on 1 August 2015. All staff have joined colleagues in two new departments:
The teaching of the undergraduate (BSc) degrees previously associated with CPP is undertaken by the same academic staff as before the Departmental realignment and is completely unaffected by these changes.
- Biological Sciences (Physiology with Pharmacology)
- Biological Sciences (Neuroscience)
- Medical Physiology
Enquiries about undertaking postgraduate research (PhD) degrees should be directed to the relevant new department:
Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour for neuroscience-related research with Forsythe, Hamann, Hartell, Luthi-Carter, McCutcheon, Marra, Straub or Terunuma.
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology for research topics in physiology, pharmacology and related areas (e.g. cardiovascular physiology/pharmacology) with Challiss, Davies, Evans, Mahaut-Smith, Mitcheson, Pullar, Storey, Tobin, Vial, Willars or Willets.