Last updated on: 21/04/2015
1. Contact details{View data sources/studies associated with this centre}
Name of organisation 
1) Department/Research groupUCL School of Pharmacy
2) Organisation/affiliationUCL School of Pharmacy, University College London
Short Name in the inventoryUCL School of Pharmacy
Website/Homepagehttp://www.ucl.ac.uk/pharmacy 
Administrative Contact
Title Dr
Last name Wei
First name Li
Address line 1Mezzanine level, BMA House
Address line 2Tavistock Square 
Address line 3 
CityLondon  
PostcodeWC1H 9JP 
CountryUnited Kingdom
Phone number (incl. country code)4402078741275 
Alternative phone number 
Fax number (incl. country code) 
Email address l.wei@ucl.ac.uk
Scientific Contact
Title Dr
Last name Wei
First name Li
Address line 1UCL School of Pharmacy
Address line 2Mezzanine level, BMA House 
Address line 3Tavistock Square 
CityLondon 
PostcodeWC1H 9JP 
CountryUnited Kingdom
Phone number (incl. country code)442078741275 
Alternative phone number 
Fax number (incl. country code) 
Email address l.wei@ucl.ac.uk
Alternative Scientific Contact
Title Dr 
Last name Murray 
First name Macey 
Address line 1Comprehensive Clinical Trials Unit at UCL 
Address line 2Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology 
Address line 3Gower Street 
CityLondon 
PostcodeWC1E 6BT 
CountryUnited Kingdom 
Phone number (incl. country code) 
Alternative phone number 
Fax number (incl. country code) 
Email address macey.murray@ucl.ac.uk 
2. Description
The Centre for Paediatric Pharmacy Research (CPPR), established in April 2002, is a fruitful collaboration between UCL School of Pharmacy, the Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH). In addition, the specialist resources of universities and hospitals nationwide are utilised collaboratively to provide a focus for the training of health care professionals in the optimum use of medicines for children. Research conducted includes the development of age-appropriate formulations, aspects of clinical pharmacy, drug safety and pharmacoepidemiology, and pharmacogenetics. CPPR participates in four FP7-funded projects, one of which is the Global Research in Paediatrics Network (GRiP). Furthermore, CPPR was the UK coordinating Centre of the FP6-funded Taskforce in Europe for Drug Development in the Young (TEDDY). The Centre has been conducting paediatric pharmacoepidemiological studies since 2002, and will continue to focus research in this area.
3. Category
University based
4. Available resources
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