Alumni & friends

Pharmacy & Pharmacology alumni day

Fri Nov 04 13:43:00 GMT 2016

We warmly welcome all Pharmacy & Pharmacology alumni to join us at the University of Bath on Friday 4 November 2016, 9.30am to 4.00pm, to reunite with old friends, make some new connections and celebrate our 50th anniversary year.

We will be hosting a morning of lectures to showcase the research successes of the University of Bath Pharmacy and Pharmacology department, and explore the future of pharmacy and pharmacology teaching and research.

In the afternoon you are invited to join us for a tour of the department and the wider campus to see just how much has changed since you were last with us.

Please see our full programme of activity below.

Tickets for the day cost £10 (including lunch). Please book your ticket by Friday 21 October. Book now.

If you have any questions or you need to register a dietary requirement for lunch, please contact

We look forward to seeing you on 4 November.

You can see a full list of attendees here.  


9.30 - Arrival and registration in the Lime Tree

10.15 - Formal welcome from the Head of Department for Pharmacy & Pharmacology, Professor Steve Ward 

10.20 – University of Bath - the importance of pharmacy in the early years
               Professor Peter Redfern (DSc Pharmacy & Pharmacology, 1991), former Head of Pharmacy & Pharmacology and Acting Director of the School for Health

10.45 - Can we get beyond monoamines in antidepressant research?
               Dr Sarah Bailey, Senior Lecturer

11.10 -  Waxed, sealed and ready to dispense – some reminiscences about pharmacy practice teaching in the 60s & 70s
                Dr Steve Moss (PhD Pharmacy, 1973; MSc Pharmacy 1970), Visiting Senior Lecturer

11.35 – The new Bath MPharm
                Dr Philip Rogers (BPharm Pharmacy, 1983), Director of Teaching & Deputy Head of Department for Pharmacy & Pharmacology

12.10 - Lunch in Wessex Restaurant

13.15 - Tour of Pharmacy & Pharmacology teaching facilities with Student Ambassadors

14.15 - Tour of campus with Student Ambassadors

15.30 – Thanks from Professor Steve Ward, and close of day.