Dr Daniel Hawcutt is a senior lecturer in paediatric clinical pharmacology at the University of Liverpool. He is one of only six trained paediatric clinical pharmacologists in the UK, and his research focuses on improving the understanding of how children handle medicines.
Daniel appeared on the University of Liverpool Podcast to discuss the relative lack of testing that has been completed in paediatric medicine, and how medical professionals might be able to get a clearer picture in the coming decades.
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