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Learn more about our work and listen to our experts discuss their research in more detail in our video blogs.

Videos

Learn more about our work and listen to our experts discuss their research in more detail in our video blogs.

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Cardiac Safety Research

Dr Jorg Taubel presents at Cardiac Safety London 2020

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About Us

Career pathways in clinical research

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Celebrating 20 years of clinical excellence

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Career Development

Work with Richmond Pharmacology

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Senior Research Physician - Consider a career in Clinical Research

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Acute Clinical Management - Consider a career in Clinical Research

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Health Science Apprentice Practitioner

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Richmond Pharmacology - How to apply a surgical mask

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Richmond Pharmacology - How to apply N95 mask

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Volunteer Experience

Richmond Pharmacology Research Volunteer Review

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Richmond Pharmacology Research Volunteer Review

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Richmond Pharmacology Research Volunteer Review

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Richmond Pharmacology Research Volunteer Review

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Richmond Pharmacology Research Volunteer Review

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Richmond Pharmacology Research Volunteer Review

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Richmond Pharmacology Research Volunteer Review

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Heart failure volunteer: How was your experience?

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Richmond Pharmacology Facilities Tour

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Learn about clinical trials

Getting involved in clinical research

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BBC Breakfast News

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Richmond Pharmacology

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

Fast. Efficient. Personable.

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

Try Our Method.

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

Getting involved in clinical research

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

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

Join Professor John Camm for his discussion on Atrial Fibrillation.

BBC Breakfast News

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

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.

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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Upcoming Event

The Future of Healthcare.

13:00 – 17:00, 8th December 2021
Join Richmond Pharmacology, The Royal Free Hospital and Richmond Research Institute as we share breakthroughs in cardiac health from gene editing to RNA interference therapies.
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The future of clinical workforce training programmes, an exclusive interview with MedCity

November 30, 2021
Ulrike Lorch discusses the future of clinical workforce training programmes in an exclusive interview with MedCity
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Richmond Pharmacology’s Dr Emma Akuffo joins fellow EUCROF task force members as a finalist at TOPRA Awards 2021

November 17, 2021
EUCROF task force members compete for a prize at the TOPRA Awards 2021
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Developing talent in the fast-changing clinical research environment

November 2, 2021
In a feature article for PharmaTimes, Dr. Ulrike Lorch, Medical Director at Richmond Pharmacology, outlines how investing in the clinical research workforce is crucial to delivering high quality, cutting-edge trials and achieving faster drug development
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