Teaching is a fundamental pillar of the activities of the Clinical Pharmacology Service, both undergraduate and postgraduate. It focuses on three main aspects:

  1. Train doctors in knowledge, capacities and skills in Pharmacology, in Clinical and Therapeutic Pharmacology affecting the methodology of the research and in the evaluation of the results of medicines, independently selected: the most appropriate drugs to treat the patients.
  2. To train specialist doctors in Clinical Pharmacology in the environment of a high-tech university hospital that carries out its own important research.
  3. To train other healthcare professionals in methodological, regulatory and normative aspects of clinical research with medicines.

The professionals of the Service are involved in teaching as follows:

Undergraduate and graduate

  • Degree in Medicine: General Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacology
  • Nursing Degree: General Pharmacology
  • Biomedical Sciences: Pharmacology
  • Basic medical sciences: Pharmacology
  • Biomedical Engineering: Molecular and Therapeutic Pathology

MIR training

The Service trains and welcomes resident students in the specialty of

Since 2001, the Service has been accredited to train medical specialists via MIR. A resident doctor is trained every year.


Postgraduate and masters

  • Master's degree from the laboratory to the patient: transference of advances in biomedical research to the clinic.
  • University Master of Clinical Investigation
  • AIDS Master


Continuing education

Course in good clinical practices for researchers (12 editions).

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