SIPBS (Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

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Taught Masters Courses in SIPBS

Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

University of Strathclyde
, Glasgow

Dave Watson

Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Science

Biology, Pharmaceutical Science, Drug Design, Drug Delivery,
Pharmacy Practice, Food Science

Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy

and Biomedical Science


The new £35M building, due 2010;

Will provide a unified SIPBS complex

Pharmaceutical Analysis


Course began in 1967.


The course is bespoke and does not rely
on contributions from other courses.


Strongly practically based with the
students undertaking 200 hours practical
plus a 3 month project during the year.


In addition to academic staff lectures are
given by experts from outside the
University.


Course Numbers


2005
-
6 29 students


2006
-
7 44 students


2007
-
8 55 students


2008
-
9 35 students


Majority of students are from India,
Pakistan and the Middle East.


Employment


Many students find jobs in the UK
Pharmaceutical Industry.


For the year 2006
-
7 employment (44
students) is approximately as follows:


UK industry 28


PhD studies 7


Went home or went abroad 3



MSc in Clinical Pharmacy



Entry requirements


Qualified pharmacist in home country



Minimum of I year’s clinical experience in
practice



High level of English

Induction
Course

Case Study

Case
Discussion

Clinical

Pharmacokinetics

Pharmacology
and Therapeutics

Pharmacoeconomics

Medicines Evaluation

Clinical
Attachment

Ward Rounds

Practice
Specialty
1 and 2

Pharmaceutical care

Community
Services

Hospital Services


Research Project Design

Postgraduate teaching

Teaching

Pharmaceutical Care

Educating Pharmacists to LEAD new service development

MSc Clinical Pharmacy graduates












Austria

Oman

Brunei

Portugal

China

Qatar

Estonia

Saudi Arabia

Germany

Sweden

Greece

Taiwan

Iraq

Turkey

Kuwait

UAE

Malaysia

Uganda

Nigeria

UK

Norway

MSc Courses in Food Sciences

Advanced learning to provide a
basis for first
-
rate careers for
independent thinkers in industry
and research


Two Courses: Common Core


Core


Food Safety, Quality Assurance &
Analysis


MSc


Three semesters with project/placement


PgDp


Two semesters of structured learning


Food Biotechnology


Genetic technologies & practice in food and
agriculture


Biotechnical aspects of fermentations and dairy topics


Industrial visits to leading Scottish research institutes


Food Science & Microbiology


Practical microbiology in well
-
equipped laboratories


Small group teaching of modern food microbiology


Learning in applied aspects such as waste processing




Choice of Orientation & Focus


Basis for successful career in industry


Entrepreneurship & personal creativity


Food marketing & new product development


Management science & relevant statistics


Foundation for academic research training


Personal development & use of databases


Research strategies in modern food sciences


Experimental design & multivariate statistics


Goal


Skills for lifelong learning & success