David Barrett was appointed to a lectureship at Nottingham in 1992, promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1998 and to Associate Professor and Reader in 2004. He is research leader and founder of the Centre for Analytical Bioscience (CAB) which focuses on the development of innovative analytical methods to measure biological events in complex biological systems. CAB is a multidisciplinary research group involved in a wide range of collaborative projects where challenging or novel approaches to bioanalysis are required. He received the Nurofen Pain Relief Project Award (1991), a national award sponsored by Boots plc in open competition for the best published paper on pain relief.
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