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Dr Kenneth Man
Mezzanine Floor, BMA House, Entrance A,
Tavistock Square
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  • Lecturer in Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety
  • Practice & Policy
  • UCL School of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Life Sciences

I am a Lecturer in Pharmacoepidemiology and Medication Safety with a background in Statistics and Epidemiology. With a primary research interest in medication safety and effectiveness, I have devoted my career to developing, refining, and implementing advanced epidemiological approaches and statistical methods using routinely collected electronic health data ("Real-World" data) from all over the world.

My research on psychotropic medications, particularly their use in children and pregnant women, has resulted in over 100 publications in highly regarded peer-reviewed journals such as the BMJ, JAMA, and Lancet family of journals. I received the CW Maplethorpe Fellowship and funding from the European Commission Horizon 2020 Framework as well as the UK National Institute of Health Research.

Seeking PhD candidates

I am looking for PhD candidates who are highly organised and motivated to conduct research in the field of pharmacoepidemiology. Candidates with backgrounds in healthcare, statistics, epidemiology, economics, computer science or related disciplines are encouraged to apply by emailing their CV to me (kenneth.man@ucl.ac.uk)

Research Themes
Teaching Summary

Master of Pharmacy:

PHAY0059  Advancing Practice through Science

PHAY0013-A5 Pharmacoepidemiology

PHAY0013-B2 Evidence-based pharmacy practice and risk communication

Master of Science in Clinical Pharmacy, International Practice and Policy:

PHAYG038 Clinical Pharmacy Practice and Policy 2 (Module: Pharmacoepidemiology)

01-MAR-2022 Lecturer School of Pharmacy University College London, United Kingdom
01-OCT-2018 – 28-FEB-2022 C W Maplethorpe Fellow Research Department of Practice and Policy UCL School of Pharmacy, United Kingdom
Academic Background
2019   Doctor of Philosophy Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
2013   Master of Public Health University of Hong Kong
2009   Bachelor of Science University of Hong Kong
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