Last updated on: 18/03/2021
1. Contact details{View data sources/studies associated with this centre}
Name of organisation 
1) Department/Research groupPharmacoepidemiology Research Collaboration
2) Organisation/affiliationUniversity of Copenhagen
Short Name in the inventoryPRC
Website/Homepage 
Administrative Contact
Title Dr
Last name Hallgreen
First name Christine
Address line 1Copenhagen Centre for Regulatory Science
Address line 2Dept of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences 
Address line 3Universitetsparken 2 
CityCopenhagen 
Postcode2100 
CountryDenmark
Phone number (incl. country code)+ 45 35 33 08 18 
Alternative phone number 
Fax number (incl. country code) 
Scientific Contact
Title Professor
Last name Andersen
First name Morten
Address line 1Pharmacovigilance research group
Address line 2Dept of Drug Design and Pharmacology, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences 
Address line 3Jagtvej 160 
CityCopenhagen 
Postcode2100 
CountryDenmark
Phone number (incl. country code)+45 35 33 35 06 
Alternative phone number 
Fax number (incl. country code) 
Alternative Scientific Contact
Title Professor 
Last name Almarsdóttir 
First name Anna Birna 
Address line 1Social and Clinical Pharmacy 
Address line 2Dept of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences 
Address line 3Universitetsparken 2 
CityCopenhagen 
Postcode2100 
CountryDenmark 
Phone number (incl. country code)+45 35 33 37 15 
Alternative phone number 
Fax number (incl. country code) 
Email address aba@sund.ku.dk 
2. Description
PRC is a multidisciplinary collaboration, where the Pharmacovigilance Research Group (prof Morten Andersen), the Section of Social and Clinical Pharmacy (prof Anna Birna Almarsdóttir) and the Copenhagen Centre for Regulatory Science (Assoc. prof Christine Hallgreen) join efforts to conduct high-quality observational research. PRC aims to develop and maintain methodological standards and governance principles for pharmacoepidemiological research and is a member of the European Network of Centres for Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacovigilance (ENCePP). PRC was established in 2017 and incorporates the expertise of three PIs who have worked >15 years in pharmacoepidemiology. We are skilled in both methodological and clinical research in national as well as multi-country studies and have experience in coordination of large-scale projects. In future projects, pharmacoepidemiology will be applied to address important issues related to drug safety, drug regulation and medicines use in societ
3. Category
University based
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