A registered pharmacist and fourth year PhD student, Daniel combines research, teaching and clinical practice. His primary interests include the role and impact of pharmacist practitioners in emergency care and other settings; novel research communication and teaching methods; and clinical trial methodology (statistics).
Daniel graduated with a First Class MPharm degree from the University of Manchester in 2014. He then went on to complete his pre-registration training in London at both Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and Merck Sharp and Dohme. In 2015, Daniel began his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences funded by Health Education North West, Pharmacy Research UK, the UK Clinical Pharmacy Association and the Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education.
Aside from research, Daniel works as a locum community pharmacist and also as a consultant to general and specialist healthcare providers. He is also a member of the Accreditation and Recognition Panel of the General Pharmaceutical Council.
In July 2018, Daniel was one of 6 pharmacists invited by the Prime Minister to celebrate the NHS' 70th Birthday at 10 Downing Street.
2015: Registration with General Pharmaceutical Council
2014: Master of Pharmacy (MPharm), 1st class honours, University of Manchester
Memberships of committees and professional bodies
Memberships of Committees
Recently Registered Member of the General Pharmaceutical Council Accreditation and Recognition Panel (2017-current)
Member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Pre-registration Advisory Group (2015-16)
Elected Graduate Officer of the British Pharmaceutical Students' Association (2015-16)
General Pharmaceutical Council
Royal Pharmaceutical Society
British Pharmaceutical Students' Association (2010-2016)