Undergraduate level

I have developed a suite of online materials in maths to support biomedical science students at undergraduate level.  This really is the maths that students should know before they start a medical, veterinary or biological sciences degree but this website helps them to catch-up if they haven’t done it or have forgotten it. The link is: https://camtools.cam.ac.uk/access/wiki/site/6041b37a-7fa4-4a47-808b-b20db3a36122/home.html


Here are some of the courses I’ve given at undergraduate university level.

Jan – Mar 2008 and Apr – Jun 2010: “How Do Drugs Work?” Institute for Continuing Education, University of Cambridge www.ice.cam.ac.uk A 10-week course starting with a history of drug development and discovery, explaining the mechanism of action of medicines used for the treatment of pain, anxiety, hayfever, inflammation and infections.

From 2005 – 2010: Pharmacology for Chiropractors, McTimoney College of Chiropractic.

From 2005 – present: tutorials for medical and veterinary students on Mechanisms of Drug Action, Lucy Cavendish College and Wolfson College, University of Cambridge.

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