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The Department of Pharmacology is delighted to be placed at the top of the world rankings for Pharmacy and Pharmacology according to league tables published this week by QS.

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The QS World University Rankings by Subject comprise the biggest compilation of international data on higher education ever published. Indicators used to create the rankings include the survey results from 83,000 academics from across the world as well the opinions of 43,000 international graduate recruiters. Research strength is assessed via citations and the H-index of the Department’s researchers.

Read more (Department of Pharmacology website)

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