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http://www.phar.cam.ac.uk is the Department of Pharmacology web site. It is run by Mr Abbi Abbioui (Webmaster), the content is maintained and updated by Mr Abbi & Dr Antonio Ciruela (Web Technician). All technical queries can be sent to webmaster(add:@)phar.cam.ac.uk. The website has been tested with:

  • Internet Explorer 11
  • FireFox 56 & higher
  • Safari
  • Chrome

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The content of this website has been approved by the Department academic web pages co-ordinator, currently

Please ensure to provide the correct size of your images (Actual size as you would like them to be displayed in your page). Do not send the original size i.e. 1920x1200 or 4096x3072. Resize and/or crop your image and send us a maximum size of 600 pixel i.e. 600x600 or 600x240 (or similar size).

Please if you would like to add any new content/page or even a suggestion contact Dr Ladds.

Contact details of the following sections:

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Department Directory
Department/Jobs/Admin
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Intranet: TechNet IT Support Computer Officer

 

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Once you have logged-on to your page, a green "Editing bar" will be shown at the top of your page. Click "Edit" to move from view mode to editing. Now you can expand the window by pulling the bottom right corner.

The icons at the top of the editing box have title tags that indicate how you use them, you can type straight into the window, creating paragraphs automatically when you add returns. You can copy/past, add tables, titles...etc. To add links you highlight the type you want to be the link text and click on the chain icon to add or edit a link (you are then given the option to go to the file system to find the file you want to link to, or paste in the url and are able to check the destination). There are a number of styles built in for you - highlight the text you wish to apply the style to and go to the pop-down list to select the style you wish to add.

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For more details about cookies, how to disable them and the cookies we use (including Google Analytics cookies), there is a separate cookie policy for pages with URLs starting http://www.cam.ac.uk/.

In common with most web sites, this site automatically logs certain information about every request made of it (see below for more details). This information is used for system administration, for bug tracking, and for producing usage statistics. The logged information may be kept for up to two years.

We may collect and process the following data about you:

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For more information visit the following links:

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