Last updated on: 08/04/2019
1. Contact details{View data sources/studies associated with this centre}
Name of organisation 
1) Department/Research groupPharmacy & Pharmacology
2) Organisation/affiliationUniversity of Bath
Short Name in the inventoryUniversity of Bath
Website/Homepagewww.bath.ac.uk 
Administrative Contact
Title Dr
Last name McGrogan
First name Anita
Address line 1Dept. of Pharmacy & Pharmacology
Address line 2University of Bath 
Address line 3Claverton Down 
CityBath 
PostcodeBA2 7AY 
CountryUnited Kingdom
Phone number (incl. country code)44-1225-384142 
Alternative phone number 
Fax number (incl. country code)44-1225-386114 
Email address a.mcgrogan@bath.ac.uk
Scientific Contact
Title Professor
Last name Neil
First name McHugh
Address line 1Dept. of Pharmacy & Pharmacology
Address line 2University of Bath 
Address line 3Claverton Down 
CityBath 
PostcodeBA2 7AY 
CountryUnited Kingdom
Phone number (incl. country code)44-1225-384228 
Alternative phone number 
Fax number (incl. country code)44-1225-386114 
Email address a.mcgrogan@bath.ac.uk
Alternative Scientific Contact
Title Dr 
Last name Charlton 
First name Rachel 
Address line 1Dept. of Pharmacy & Pharmacology 
Address line 2University of Bath 
Address line 3Claverton Down 
CityBath 
PostcodeBA2 7AY 
CountryUnited Kingdom 
Phone number (incl. country code)44-1225-383672 
Alternative phone number 
Fax number (incl. country code)44-1225-386114 
Email address r.a.charlton@bath.ac.uk 
2. Description
We are a research group within the Dept of Pharmacy and Pharmacology with strong links to the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases. We use local and national healthcare databases including the Clinical Practice Research Datalink, to study drug use, drug safety and disease epidemiology with a special interest in drug safety in pregnancy and in older people. We have a strong research interest in musculoskeletal disease including biomarkers, disease presentation, treatment outcome, drug safety and drug utilisation and have links to multiple centres both nationally and internationally. All of our research is conducted with input by clinicians in the relevant discipline and with specialist statistical and programming support. Our research team consists of a Professor in Pharmacoepidemiology who is also a Consultant Rheumatologist, a Senior Lecturer in Statistics and Epidemiology, a senior database manager and programmer, a number of post-doctoral research fellows and PhD students
3. Category
University based
Hospital based
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