Pharmacology

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Pharmacology. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Professor Palazidou in LONDON
General adult psychiatry • All kinds of mental disorder • Experienced in psychopharmacology • Drugs used in the treatment of mental disorder • Mood disorders • Manic depressive illness • Bipolar mood disorder & depression • Somali mental health • Psychosocial effects of Khat use • Medical negligence & personal injury • Assessing parental mental health...
Mrs Jenkins in DURHAM
Alcohol: • Calculation of blood, breath & urine concentrations • Metabolism of alcohol • Interaction of medications with alcohol • Failure to provide situations • Post-driving drinks & laced drinks calculations • Drugs: • The effect of prescribed & controlled drugs on an individual's demeanour (particularly in relation to their driving ability) • Consider the possibility of post driving drug consumption based on metabolite levels
Professor Johnston in LONDON
Professor Johnston is a Clinical Pharmacologist and Toxicologist with over 40 years of experience in providing expert testimony to the criminal, family, civil and coroners' courts. He provides expert advice to both the defence and prosecution in cases involving the use of drugs. He has the support of an ISO 17025 accredited laboratory (UKAS 7641) for drug analysis. The laboratory specialises in drugs and alcohol in driving cases, including alcohol technical defence.
Mrs Smith in SLOUGH
Fingerprint Expert with more than 30 years' experience, having conducted thousands of fingerprint comparisons and examined crime scene and fingerprint evidence in numerous cases, with offences ranging from burglary, fraud, immigration matters and theft to arson, rape, terrorism and murder. Has also attended Crown Courts, Magistrates' Courts and Youth Courts to give expert advice and testimony on many occasions. Work includes:...
Dr Clifford in LONDON
All aspects of clinical cardiology • High blood pressure • Chest pains • Heart rhythm • Pacing • Heart failure • Angiography • Angioplasty
Professor Rosen in SOUTHALL
Interests include general adult clinical cardiology • Research activities: central nervous system regulation of the heart & circulation & perception of cardiac symptoms • Other interests: stress & the cardiovascular system • Instructions received to date in several cases in which heart disease has been a consequence of work injury, other personal injury or chronic stress • Medical negligence cases also undertaken...
Dr Segal in LONDON
All aspects of cardiac arrhythmia & device implantation: • Antiarrhythmic drugs • Atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, atrial tachycardia, supraventricular tachycardia (SVT), WPW syndrome, ventricular ectopics & ventricular tachycardia (VT), cardiac arrest & ventricular fibrillation (VF) • Catheter ablation for all types of arrhythmia - radiofrequency & cryoablation, 3D mapping • Electrophysiology studies • Bradycardias, blackouts & syncope • Single & dual chamber pacemakers, implantable cardioverter...
Dr Series in OXFORD
Consultant Old Age Psychiatrist (Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust) & Member, Faculty of Law (University of Oxford) • Mental health problems of all kinds in older people • Capacity & incapacity (including current & retrospective testamentary capacity, & LPA & COP3 certificates) • Deprivation of liberty • Mental Health Act work • Psychopharmacology • Dementia, depression, psychosis & anxiety disorders • Negligence • Training provider • CUBS Expert Witness Certificate • Civil, criminal & Court of Protection Mental...
Professor Moore in LONDON
Hepatology • Liver disease • Ascites • Hepatorenal • Cirrhosis • Acute liver failure • Hepatic encephalopathy • Drug hepatotoxicity • Drug-induced liver injury • Clinical pharmacology & therapeutics • Adverse effects of drugs, alcohol, paracetamol overdose • Biochemical analysis • Mass spectrometry • Drug patent disputes • Oxidative stress • Clinical biochemistry • General internal medicine • Acute medicine • Acute medical emergencies
Dr Skett in GLASGOW
Clearance of alcohol from the body • Metabolism of alcohol • Calculation of blood or breath alcohol concentrations • Interaction of alcohol with other drugs • Clearance of drugs & chemicals from the body • Toxic effects of drugs & chemicals • Uses & abuses of drugs • Drugs of abuse
Dr Chenzbraun in LIVERPOOL
Experienced general cardiologist with US (Stanford, CA) echocardiography subspecialty training • Special expertise: • General, transoesophageal & stress echocardiography • Fields of interest: coronary artery disease, valvular heart disease, cardiomyopathies & pericardial disease, arrhythmias • Numerous scientific publications in national & international journals
Dr Stein in HAYES
All adult general psychiatry 16-65 age group • Subspecialty: post-partum psychiatric disorders • Bonding difficulties • Adult psychiatric assessments of mothers in care proceedings with social services • Personal injury • Injury, somatization, road traffic accidents, PTSD, psychiatric negligence • Some forensic experience (not homicide) • Asylum seekers • Forensic psychiatry, including prison assessments • Immigration cases • Psychiatric aspects of crime...
Dr Osunsanmi in CHELTENHAM
Child, adolescent & family psychiatry • Autism spectrum disorders • Psychopharmacology • Family & attachments • Fitness to plead • ADHD • Aggression & criminality - adolescent • Certificate in Family Law • Certificate in Criminal Law & Civil Law
Dr Cockbill in CHEPSTOW
Legal & ethical requirements for community, hospital, veterinary & academic pharmacy practice • Pharmacology: drug interactions, pharmacokinetics & dynamics, formulation, veterinary pharmacy • Licensing of new drugs for human & animal use • Former lecturer in law, formulation science, veterinary pharmacy, wound management (human & animal wounds) at the Welsh School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences • Currently Honorary Lecturer at the Welsh School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences • Considerable...
Professor Burch in LONDON
All aspects of paediatric cardiology, including: • Diagnosis & management of congenital heart disease in the fetus, child & adult • Pre- & post-operative care • Cardiomyopathy & acquired heart disease in children • Heart failure & transplantation • Acted as an expert witness in approximately 100 cases in the last 5 years • Instructed by both plaintiff & defendant solicitors • On AVMA's list of expert witnesses • Instructed by solicitors acting for NHS trusts & medical defence organisations • Instructions have...

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