The William Harvey Research Institute (WHRI) is a world leading Pharmacological Centre with a vibrant, multidisciplinary scientific environment devoted to therapeutic innovation in cardiovascular, endocrine and inflammatory diseases. Our major strength is in bringing scientists with different skills together, combining disciplines ranging from genetics, cell biology, pharmacology, epidemiology, advanced imaging and clinical trials with therapeutic innovation.

Our Research

We are devoted to therapeutic innovation in cardiovascular, endocrine and inflammatory diseases. Find out more about our research

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We offer a range of study programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and research level.
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Clinical Activities

Major academic and clinical partnerships, connecting us to 16 NHS trusts and 5 million people in London. Find out more about our clinical activities


            

Latest news


Event: Research Matters - changing lives in east London and beyond
For International Clinical Trials Day 2017, Barts Health NHS Trust and QMUL’s School of Medicine and Dentistry will be hosting ‘Research Matters: changing lives in east London and beyond’. The free event will feature talks from award-winning academics and clinicians, patients and others, to showcase high-quality clinical research and engage patients, families, carers and community leaders to act as research champions and encourage greater participation and involvement in healthcare research. 

Winning photo reveals the latest in maternal health research
Dr Suchita Nadarki has been announced as one of the winners of the Wellcome Image Awards 2017. The winning photo, titled The Placenta Rainbow, is based on her research into pregnancy complications, and will be shown at exhibitions held across the UK and internationally, including Russia and South Africa.

Success for WHRI at QMUL Engagement and Enterprise Awards 2017
QMUL hosted the second annual Engagement and Enterprise Awards to celebrate and showcase projects demonstrating excellence in the application and dissemination of research and teaching through public engagement, academic innovation, media relations and student enterprise. On the night the William Harvey Research Institute was represented with finalists in both the Public Engagement and Academic Innovation categories. 

Obesity leads to harmful activation of the immune system
Researchers find a 
link between a high-fat diet, obesity and cardiovascular disease risk. 

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Public Engagement

We place a high value on the patients and general public whose stories enrich our work. 
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