Our spectrum of research ranges from first use of molecules in man (Phase I trials) through to real-world evidence studies using routinely collected data.
Professor Simon de Lusignan heads the Department and is delighted to follow up opportunities to collaborate or lead research studies in our areas of expertise.
Clinical Research Centre (CRC) and Clinical Research Facility (CRF)
We have a Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) approved Phase 1 trials.
We are happy to host Phase I studies lead from within or outside the University. The CRC can also manage Phase 2 and 3 trials.
Clinical Trials Unit
We are in the probationary period of the Surrey CTU. We are delighted to support a wide range of trials and studies.
Secure infrastructure (NHSnet connected)
For surveillance, quality improvement and research.
Sleep and chronobiology
We have world-leading researchers and research infrastructure.
We have advanced expertise in diabetes, including a Real-World Evidence centre.
Primary care and clinical informatics
Much of our research is around using computerised medical records (CMR) for surveillance, quality improvement and research.
We are the data and analytics hub for the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Research and Surveillance Centre (RSC). We also have expertise in quality improvement.
We have a range of other expertise including:
- DNA ageing
- Critical care
Sections in the Department
Head of Department
|Professor Simon de Lusignan||Professor of Primary Care & Clinical Informatics / Chair in Health Care Management / Head of the Section of Clinical Medicine and Ageing|