Richmond Pharmacology

We're more than a slogan, our work speaks for itself.

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Fast. Efficient. Personable.

Founded in 2001, Richmond Pharmacology is currently one of fifteen MHRA accredited phase one units in the UK.

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Try Our Method.

As renowned pioneers in practical Adaptive Study Design, we actively work to maximise return on our sponsors’ clinical trials.

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Getting involved in clinical research

Patients and network staff talk about their experiences of being involved in clinical research.

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Novel drugs, Implantable Devices & Atrial Fibrillation Burden - Prof John Camm.

Join Professor John Camm for his discussion on Atrial Fibrillation.

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BBC Breakfast News

Richmond Pharmacology discusses the risks and appeal of participating in drug trials on the BBC Breakfast News show, featured Tuesday 22 May.

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Atrial Fibrillation Antiarrhythmic Drugs.

Professor John Camm discusses the two newest antiarrhythmic drugs dronedarone (Multaq®), which is now approved in the US and Europe for atrial fibrillation, and vernakalant, which is a year or two away.

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Watch us work.

Now's your chance to watch us work - check out the video below for a snapshot of our bustling team in action.

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Latest news

Officially an ILS Resuscitation Council Course Centre

07th Mar 2018

Richmond Pharmacology’s London Bridge Unit is now officially an ILS Resuscitation Council Course Centre. The

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Dr Jorg Taubel attending ACCP in San Diego

05th Sep 2017

Dr Jorg Taubel will be attending the ACCP in San Diego, September 17-19, where he will be discussing his latest

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DIA, Chicago 2017

23rd Jun 2017

Richmond Pharmacology is a frequent contributor and recognised thought leader for various scientific meetings

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World Congress on Acute Heart Failure – Vienna

26th May 2018

World Congress on Acute Heart Failure. Vienna  26  – 29 May 2018  

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