Curious what research has recently been performed by PhD students at the division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Clinical Pharmacology?
You can now find an overview of every PhD thesis written at the division going back as far as 1989 at the Publications segment on the Pharmacoepidemiology and Clinical Pharmacology website
When browsing through the list of the authors, familiar names will pop up. Many have gone on to become professors, employees of the department or well-known experts in their respective fields. Whereas only a handful of PhD theses were published in the 1990s, more than a dozen per year have been written in the past decade. The division has grown a lot over the years and these PhD theses show the variety of expertise that our three research centres contribute: Pharmacoepidemiology, Clinical Therapeutics and Pharmaceutical Policy and Regulation.
With direct links to each publication in our digital library NARCIS, you can easily read any PhD thesis that sparks your interest.