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.


 

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



Genetic testing can pick out men at increased risk of testicular cancer
Testing for large numbers of genetic changes can identify men with over a 10-fold increased risk of testicular cancer, a new study shows. 

QMUL study finds link between diesel pollution and heart damage
Diesel fumes have negative effects on the heart according to a new study by researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). 

Statins help improve heart structure and function
Statins can improve the structure and function of the heart, according to a new study by researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). 

Data suggests that the brain controls exercise capacity
A joint study by researchers from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), University College London (UCL) and the University of Bristol suggests that the brain controls exercise capacity, a highly novel idea with ramifications for health in the general population as well as elite athletes.


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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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