Rebecca Craig

    Rebecca Craig

    Lecturer (Education)

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    Following graduation from Queen's University Belfast in 2008 with a first class honours degree in Pharmacy, Rebecca Craig completed her pre-registration in hospital pharmacy.  She returned to Queen's University to undertake a PhD under the supervision of Professor Colin McCoy and Professor Sean Gorman within the Pharmaceutical Science and Practice cluster.  This research focussed on the use of light as a stimulus to effect pharmaceutically relevant responses in biomaterials and antimicrobial systems.  

    In 2012, Rebecca was appointed as a research fellow, working on an industry-funded project in the development of novel anti-infective medical devices.  From 2015, Rebecca worked on an impact acceleration grant in the commercialisation of a novel high-level disinfectant with rapid spore eradicating activity.  More information can be found at

    Rebecca was appointed to the position of Lecturer (Education) in August 2015, and is involved with the design and delivery of material in pharmaceutical analysis, pharmacology, and clinical therapeutics on the MPharm and BSc degrees, with particular focus on appropriate assessment strategies. Rebecca is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and is interim SWAN co-champion in the School of Pharmacy.




    Undergraduate, MPharm programme:


    PMY1017: Practising as a Pharmacist

    PMY1050: Criterion Reference Assessments for Level 1

    PMY2106: Medicinal Substances

    PMY2107: Applied Clinical Pharmacology (Assistant module co-ordinator)

    PMY2050: Criterion Reference Assessments for Level 2

    PMY3177: Clinical Therapeutics

    PMY3082: Drug Design/Pharmaceutical Analysis

    PMY4070: Social and Behavioural Aspects of Pharmacy 1

    PMY4107: Advanced Pharmaceutical Care

    PMY4005: Project


    Undergraduate, BSc Pharmaceutical Sciences/BSc Pharmaceutical Biotechnology programme:


    PMY2021: Principles of Drug Action

    PMY2024: Medicinal Substances

    PMY3182: Drug design and Pharmaceutical Analysis

    PMY3021: Quality Assurance and Regulatory Aspects of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

    PMY3100: Industrial Placement (Module co-ordinator)


    Postgraduate, Diploma/Certificate/MSc:


    PMY7036: Research in Clinical Pharmacy

    PMY7090: Research Project


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