Projects per year
My research interests line in the area of clinical pharmacokinetics and particularly in the use of Bayesian and population pharmacokinetic methods to design drug dosage regimens for individual patients and patient populations.
I joined the University of Strathclyde as a part-time academic in 2005; previously I worked full-time as a pharmacist in the NHS. Currently, I have a 0.6 appointment at Strathclyde and I have retained a 0.1 NHS appointment. My area of interest for both teaching and research is clinical pharmacokinetics. My teaching aims to enable pharmacists to interpret drug concentration measurements and advise on drug dosage regimens for individual patients. My research interests involve using population pharmacokinetic methods to develop dosage guidelines from drug concentration data, particularly data generated in the course of routine clinical practice.
I teach on both the undergraduate Master of Pharmacy course and the postgraduate Master of Clinical Pharmacy course. My main area is clinical pharmacokinetics but I am also involved in teaching evidence based medicine and some areas of therapeutics (interprofessional learning).
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Glasgow
Area Pharmacy Specialist, NHS GREATER GLASGOW AND CLYDE1 Aug 1991 → …
- population pharmacokinetics
- clinical pharmacokinetics
1/10/13 → 28/02/19
Project: Research Fellowship
1/02/10 → 31/03/16
Research Output per year
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster
Amikacin use and therapeutic drug monitoring in adults: do dose regimens and drug exposures affect either outcome or adverse events? A systematic reviewJenkins, A., Thomson, A. H., Brown, N. M., Semple, Y., Sluman, C., MacGowan, A., Lovering, A. M. & Wiffen, P. J., 1 Oct 2016, In : Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy. 71, 10, p. 2754-2759 6 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Activities per year
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Participation in conference