Sunday, 5 May 2013

Studying Pharmaceutical Microbiology


The University of Manchester have updated the different modules that can be taken as either stand-alone modules or as a series of a Master's degree (MS) in Pharmaceutical Microbiology.





Developed in partnership with the pharmaceutical industry, the course is a postgraduate-level training program designed for scientists and managers working in the pharmaceutical industry in the fields of Industrial Pharmacy, Clinical Trials,Pharmaceutical Business Development and Licensing, and Pharmaceutical Microbiology. The program is administered by the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, which obtained the highest ratings available in recent teaching and research assessments.




The modules are:

  • PHAR71300 Introduction to Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Technology
  • PHAR71310 Water Aspects
  • PHAR71320 Microbiological Environmental Monitoring and Control (sterile and non-sterile manufacturing areas)
  • PHAR71330 Sterile Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • PHAR71340 Quality Assurance in Microbiology Laboratories
  • PHAR71350 Engineering Principles for Pharmaceutical Microbiologists
  • PHAR71360 Application of Microbiology in Biopharmaceuticals
  • PHAR71370 Antimicrobials
Regular followers of this website might be interested to know that Tim Sandle is the tutor for modules 71320, 71330, and  and 71300.

Details about applying can be found here: Manchester PIAT

The course brochure can be found here.

Posted by Tim Sandle

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