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Dr Sangeeta Tanna

Job: Reader in Pharmaceutical Bioanalysis

Faculty: Health and Life Sciences

School/department: Leicester School of Pharmacy

Address: De Montfort, University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH.

T: +44 (0)116 207 8274

E: stanna@dmu.ac.uk

W: www.dmu.ac.uk/research/research-faculties-and-institutes/health-and-life-sciences/dried-blood-spot-analysis/dried-blood-spot-analysis.aspx

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Personal profile

Dr Sangeeta Tanna's main interests and expertise are in the following areas:

  • Dried blood spot (DBS) analysis
  • Quantitative bioanalysis
  • LC-HRMS
  • LC-MS/MS
  • Medicine adherence
  • Therapeutic drug monitoring
  • Clinical pharmacy practice
  • Paediatric pharmacokinetics
  • Paediatric biomarkers
  • Counterfeit drugs/medicines
  • Food safety.

She is particularly interested in the application of analytical techniques to the determination of low levels of target analytes, principally involving improvements to healthcare of patients. There include:

  • Dried blood spot (DBS) analysis for paediatric pharmacokinetic studies and patient care
  • Assessment of adherence to cardiovascular medications using DBS analysis
  • Investigation, detection and analysis of counterfeit medicines
  • Development of in vitro characterisation and analytical methods for a novel glucose-responsive, self-regulated insulin delivery system.

Research group affiliations

Pharmacy Practice Research Group

Publications and outputs 

Click here for a full listing of Sangeeta Tanna's publications and outputs.

Areas of teaching

  • Pharmaceutics
  • Biopharmaceutics
  • Novel drug delivery systems
  • Paediatric formulations and drug delivery
  • Geriatric pharmacotherapy
  • Substandard/falsified medicines
  • Therapeutic drug monitoring
  • Assessment of medication adherence using analytical science
  • Bioanalysis for personalised drug dosing
  • How to design research posters

Courses taught

  • MPharm Pharmacy
  • BSc Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Science
  • MSc Pharmaceutical Quality by Design
  • Postgraduate workshop training session on “How to design effective posters”.

Honours and awards

APS PharmSci Geoffrey Phillips Analytical Science Commendation Prize 2016
Counterfeit medicines: Rapid quantification of active pharmaceutical ingredients in tablet formulations.
Ogwu J, Lawson G, Tanna S
APS 7th International PharmSci Conference. Glasgow, UK. 5-7 September 2016 

Nominated for Times Higher Education (THE) Research Project of the Year 2012
Blood Spot Analysis.
Tanna S and Lawson G
November 2012

Royal Society of Chemistry – Analytical Methods Prize 2010
Analysis of dried blood spots – the potential for paediatric pharmacokinetic studies of captopril.
Tanna S, Pandya H, Mulla H, Titman C, and Lawson G.
RSC Analytical Research Forum. Loughborough University. 26-28 July 2010 

British Pharmaceutical Conference 2009 – Science Poster Prize
The use of blood spot analysis in paediatric care - From laboratory to bedside and back again.
Lawson G, Mulla H, Pandya H, Tanna S.
Science @ BPC2009 Royal Pharmaceutical Society. Manchester Central. Sept 7-9 2009. 

Runner-up for the 2003 Westminster Medal & Prize for best research poster
The design of a self-regulated insulin delivery system
Tanna S, Sahota T, Taylor MJ.
SET for Britain - The House of Commons Reception for Britain’s Top Younger Scientists, Engineers and Technologists, The House of Commons, Westminster. 17 March 2003

Membership of professional associations and societies

  • British Mass Spectrometry Society 2011-present
  • Royal Society of Chemistry 2010 - Ordinary Member.
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences Group 1996-present.

Conference attendance

Invited Lectures

Bernieh D, Lawson G, Tanna S. Development of an evidence based assessment of medication adherence for heart disease patients. APS 7th International PharmSci Conference. Glasgow, UK. 5-7 September 2016

Ogwu J, Lawson G, Tanna S. Counterfeit medicines: Rapid quantification of active pharmaceutical ingredients in tablet formulations. APS 7th International PharmSci Conference. Glasgow, UK. 5-7 September 2016

Bernieh D, Lawson G, Tanna S. Quantitative LC-ToF MS analyses of dried blood spots: Developing an assessment of medication adherence for heart disease patients. The Reid Bioanalytical Forum. Surrey, UK. September 2015

Tanna S and Lawson G. Adherence to medication assessed using dried blood spot analysis. Invited lecture at the 5th International Conference and Exhibition on Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques. Beijing, China 18-20 August 2014

Lawson G and Tanna S. Counterfeit tablet investigations: Is ATR FT/IR A technique for the real world. Invited lecture at the 5th International Conference and Exhibition on Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques. Beijing, China 18-20 August 2014 

Tanna S and Lawson G. Cardiovascular drug medication compliance assessed by dried blood spot sampling techniques.  Invited lecture at the 4th International Conference and Exhibition on Analytical Techniques. Las Vegas, USA 15-17 October 2013

Lawson G, Armitage R, Alhedethe A and Tanna S. Rapid identification of counterfeit pills by ATR FT/IR analysis of crushed samples. Invited lecture at the 4th International Conference and Exhibition on Analytical Techniques. Las Vegas, USA 15-17 

Tanna S and Lawson G.  Blood Spot Analysis – Paediatrics to Pensioners. Invited public lecture at the Festival of Ideas, De Montfort University, Leicester UK, 23 April 2013

Lawson G, Armitage R, Tanna S.  Identification of Counterfeit Drugs. Invited public lecture at the Cafe Scientifique event, Nanjing, China, November 2012 

Tanna S and Lawson G.  Dried Blood Spot (DBS) Analysis for Healthcare Applications. Invited public lecture at the Cafe Scientific event, Nanjing, China, November 2012

Lawson G, Armitage R, Tanna S. Identification of counterfeit medicines. 7th Annual Pharmaceutical Anti-Counterfeiting Meeting. 2012, Visiongain Conference Centre, Barbican, London, UK. 26-27 June 2012.

Lawson G, Armitage R, Tanna S.  Identification of counterfeit medicines. Conference on International Biology and Medicine Innovative Industrialization (IBMII). Chongqing Convention Centre, Chongqing, China, April 2012.

Tanna S. and Lawson G. Dried blood spot (DBS) analysis for healthcare applicationsConference of International Biology and Medicine Innovative Industrialization (IBMII). Chongqing Convention Centre, Chongqing, China, April 2012

Lawson G, Ross G, Sage A, Mulla H, Pandya H and Tanna S.  Potential of the QToF in Paediatric Biomarking. Invited Lecture. 1st International Pediatric Biomarker Symposium. Congress Park, Igls Austria. 4-6 Feb 2010

Invited Poster Presentations

Tanna S, Patel P, Mulla H and Lawson G. Dried blood spot analysis – a comparison of SIM, MSMS and accurate mass TOF analyses for selected drugs. 27th LC-MS Montreux Symposium, Montreux, Switzerland, 10-12 November 2010

Tanna S, Pandya H, Mulla H, Titman C, and Lawson G. Analysis of dried blood spots – the potential for paediatric pharmacokinetic studies of captopril. RSC Analytical Research Forum. Loughborough University. 26-28 July 2010

Lawson G, Mulla H, Ross G, Sage A and Tanna S. Accurate mass versus tandem mass measurement of paediatric biomarkers. RSC Analytical Research Forum. Loughborough University. 26-28 July 2010

Tanna S, Pandya H, Mulla H, Titman C, and Lawson G.  Analysis of dried blood spots – the potential for paediatric pharmacokinetic studies of captopril. 1st International Pediatric Biomarker Symposium. Congresspark. Igls, Austria. 4-6 Feb 2010.

Poster Presentations

Tanna S, Bernieh D, Alalaqi A, Lawson G. Cardiovascular drug monitoring using quantitative LC-HRMS analysis of self-collected micro-volume blood samples. 15th International Congress of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring & Clinical Toxicology 2017, Kyoto, Japan. 24-27 September 2017.

Bernieh D, Lawson G, Tanna S. Comparison of VAMS and card based microsampling with LC-HRMS analysis to assess cardiovascular drug levels. Mass Spectrometry: Applications to the Clinical Lab (MSACL) EU 2017. Salzburg, Austria. 10-14 September 2017.

Armitage R, Lawson G, Tanna S. Counterfeit or just poor quality control? APS 8th International PharmSci Conference. Hatfield, UK. 5-8 September 2017.

Bernieh D, Lawson G, Tanna S. Performance of two different microsamplers for the LC-HRMS analysis of 11 cardiovascular drugs. The Reid Bioanalytical Forum. Cambridge, UK. 5-7 September 2017.

Tanna S, Alalaqi A, Bernieh D, Lawson G. LC-HRMS analysis of 133 patient micro-volume blood samples to allow clinical assessment of medication adherence. Mass Spectrometry: Applications to the Clinical Lab (MSACL) 2017. Palm Springs, USA. 22-26 January 2017.

Lawson G, Bernieh D, Tanna S. Quantitative LC-HRMS analysis of dried blood spots to assess adherence to cardiovascular pharmacotherapy. Mass Spectrometry: Applications to the Clinical Lab (MSACL) 2017. Palm Springs, USA. 22-26 January 2017.

Tanna S, Bernieh D, Lawson G. Adherence to cardiovascular pharmacotherapy assessed by quantitative LC-HRMS analysis of dried blood spots. Advances in Clinical Analysis 2016, London, UK. 30 November 2016.

Tanna S, Bernieh D, Lawson G. Adherence to cardiovascular pharmacotherapy assessed by quantitative LC-HRMS analysis of dried blood spots. 21st International Mass Spectrometry Conference. Toronto, Canada. 20-26 August 2016.

Lawson G, Ogwu J, Armitage R, Alcroft C, Tanna S. Fast identification of counterfeit medicines – a comparison of two MS methods. 21st International Mass Spectrometry Conference. Toronto, Canada. 20-26 August 2016.

Tanna S, Bernieh D, Lawson G. Assessment of adherence to cardiovascular pharmacotherapy using quantitative dried blood spot analysis. Mass Spectrometry: Applications to the Clinical Lab (MSACL) 2015. Salzburg, Austria. 8-11 September 2015.

Lawson G and Tanna S. Liquid chromatography-high resolution mass spectrometry used for the analysis of dried blood spot samples in therapeutic drug monitoring. Mass Spectrometry: Applications to the Clinical Lab (MSACL) 2015. Salzburg, Austria. 8-11 September 2015.

Bernieh D, Lawson G, Tanna S. Development of an evidence based assessment of medication adherence for heart disease patients. APS 7th International PharmSci Conference. Glasgow, UK. 5-7 September 2016.

Ogwu J, Lawson G, Tanna S. Counterfeit medicines: Rapid quantification of active pharmaceutical ingredients in tablet formulations. APS 7th International PharmSci Conference. Glasgow, UK. 5-7 September 2016.

Bernieh D, Lawson G, Tanna S. It’s in a drop of blood – or is it? SET for BRITAIN Poster Presentations by Britain’s Top Younger Scientists, Engineers and Technologists at the House of Commons, Westminster, London, UK. 7 March 2016.

Tanna S, Bernieh D, Lawson G.  Assessment of adherence to cardiovascular pharmacotherapy using quantitative dried blood spot analysis. Mass Spectrometry: Applications to the Clinical Lab (MSACL) 2015. Salzburg, Austria. 8-11 September 2015.

Lawson G and Tanna S. Liquid chromatography-high resolution mass spectrometry used for the analysis of dried blood spot samples in therapeutic drug monitoring. Mass Spectrometry: Applications to the Clinical Lab (MSACL) EU 2015. Salzburg, Austria. 8-11 September 2015.

Bernieh D, Lawson G, Tanna S. Quantitative LC-ToF MS analyses of dried blood spots: Developing an assessment of medication adherence for heart disease patients. The Reid Bioanalytical Forum. Surrey, UK. September 2015.

Bernieh D, Lawson G, Tanna S. Quantitative dried blood spot analyses: An aid to medicine optimization for heart disease patients? The 6th International Conference and Exhibition on Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques. Valencia, Spain. August 2015.

Ogwu J, Lawson G, Armitage R, Tanna S. Rapid instrumental detection and quantification of counterfeit pharmaceutical tablet formulations: is ATR-FTIR an option? The 6th International Conference and Exhibition on Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques. Valencia, Spain. August 2015.

Bernieh D, Lawson G, Tanna S.Can quantitative dried blood spot analyses be an aid to medicine optimization in cardiovascular diseases? The Analytical Research Forum 2015. London, UK. 3rd July 2015.

Ogwu J, Lawson G, Armitage R, Tanna S.  ATR-FTIR for rapid detection and quantification of counterfeit medicines. The Analytical Research Forum 2015. London, UK.  3rd July 2015.

Ogwu J, Lawson G, Tanna S.  Rapid instrumental detection of counterfeit medicines – how feasible is it? The Forensic Institute Research Network (FIRN) conference. Derby, UK. April 24 2015.

Lawson G, Alcroft C, Baker A, Tanna S. Analysis of unknown powders and tablets using an atmospheric solids analysis probe and a compact mass spectrometer. The Forensic Institute Research Network (FIRN) conference. Derby, UK. April 24 2015.

Tanna S and Lawson G. Adherence to cardiovascular medications assessed using quantitative dried blood spot analysis. Proceedings of the 25th International Symposium on Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis and the 10th International Symposium on Drug Analysis. Liege, Belgium. June 22-25 2014.

Lawson G, Turay E, Armitage R, Tanna S. Rapid identification of counterfeit medicines by ATR FT/IR. Proceedings of the 25th International Symposium on Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis and the 10th International Symposium on Drug Analysis. Liege, Belgium. June 22-25 2014.

Tanna S, Armitage R, Lawson G. Identification of counterfeit pills - Is rapid instrumental analysis possible? Proceedings of The 24th International Symposium on Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis. Bologna, Italy. 30 June-3 July 2013.

Lawson G, Cocks E, Tanna S. Liquid chromatography-high resolution mass spectrometry applied to therapeutic drug monitoring using DBS sampling. Proceedings of The 24th International Symposium on Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis. Bologna, Italy. 30 June-3 July 2013.

Tanna S, Cocks E, Lawson G. Is the patient taking their 'heart' pills? A dried blood spot sample - LC-HRMS assay. Proceedings of The 24th International Symposium on Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis. Bologna, Italy. 30 June-3 July 2013.

Tanna S, Patel P, Mulla H, Lawson G. Dried blood spot analysis to improve paediatric medication. Separation Science Asia. Singapore. 27-28 July 2011.

Lawson G, Cocks E. Tanna S.  High resolution mass spectrometry for quantitative analysis of dried blood spots. Separation Science Asia. Singapore, 27-28 July 2011.

Patel P, Pandya H, Spooner N, Della Pasque O, Gade S, Kairamknoda V, Lawson G, Tanna S, Mulla H. Dried blood spots and sparse sampling: A perfect combination for minimally invasive PK/PD studies in children. Population Approach Group Europe (PAGE) Meeting, Athens, Greece, June 2011.

Tanna S, Cocks E, Lawson G.  High resolution mass spectrometry for analysis of selected drugs in dried blood spots. 59th Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics ASMS Meeting, Denver, Colorado, USA 5 – 9 June 2011.

Lawson G, Mulla H, Patel P, Tanna S. Examples of dried blood spot sampling and analysis to improve paediatric medicine. 59th Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics. ASMS Meeting, Denver, Colorado, USA 5-9 June 2011.

Patel P, Lawson G, Tanna S, Mulla H. Facilitating paediatric PK studies: utility of the dried blood spot. Pharmacokinetics UK Conference, Birmingham UK, November 2009. 

Patel P, Lawson G, Mulla H, Tanna S. Applying dried blood spot analysis: the pathway to better paediatric care. Science @ BPC2009 Royal Pharmaceutical Society. Manchester Central, UK September 7-9 2009.

Lawson G, Pandya H, Mulla H, Tanna S. The use of blood spot analysis in paediatric care - From laboratory to bedside and back again. Science @ BPC2009 Royal Pharmaceutical Society. Manchester Central, UK. September 7-9 2009.

Lawson G, Coffey J, Titman C, Tanna S.  Dried blood spot analyses by Ion Trap – Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry, the potential for improved child care? 18th International Mass Spectrometry Conference, PWA 427, Bremen, Germany Aug 30 – Sept 4 2009.

Lawson G, Patel, P, Tanna S.  The use of dried blood spot analysis in paediatric care – how mass spectrometry can direct child medication. 18th International Mass Spectrometry Conference, PMM 468, Bremen, Germany Aug 30 – Sept 4 2009.

Tanna S, Lawson G Mulla H, Pandya H From laboratory to bedside and back again – The use of blood spot analysis in paediatric care. ACCP/ESCP International Congress on Clinical Pharmacy. Orange County Convention Centre, Orlando, Fl. USA. April 24 -28th.2009.

Tanna S, Sahota, TS, Sawicka K, Taylor MJ. UV polymerised dextran-concanavalin A acrylic derivatised gels for closed-loop insulin delivery. The 33rd International Annual Meeting & Exposition of the Controlled Release Society, Vienna, Austria, July 2006.

Sawicka K, Sahota TS, Taylor MJ, Tanna S. Development and application of a reversed-phase HPLC method for the analysis of components from a closed-loop insulin delivery system. The 33rd International Annual Meeting & Exposition of the Controlled Release Society, Vienna, Austria, July 2006.

Tanna S, Taylor MJ, Sahota TS. Novel glucose-sensitive gels for self-regulated insulin delivery. SET for BRITAIN Poster Presentations by Britain’s Top Younger Scientists, Engineers and Technologists at the House of Commons, Westminster, London, March 2003.

Tanna S, Sahota T, Clark J, Taylor MJ.   Rheological characterisation and insulin delivery of a novel glucose-sensitive gel with a carbomer carrier. Proceed. Intern. Symp. Control. Rel. Bioact. Mater. 28: 327-328. The 28th International Symposium on Controlled Release of Bioactive Materials, San Diego, California, USA, June 2001.

Clark J, Taylor MJ, Sahota TS, Tanna S.  Development of an “in-vivo” model for demonstrating the action of a responsive gel membrane to changes in blood glucose concentrations. Proceed. Intern. Symp. Control. Rel. Bioact. Mater. 28: 307-308. The 28th International Symposium on Controlled Release of Bioactive Materials, San Diego, California, USA, June 2001.

Tanna S and Taylor MJ.  Insulin delivery governed by lectin-glycogen gels sensitive to glucose. Proceed. Intern. Symp. Control. Rel. Bioact. Mater. 1998; 25: 737.

Tanna S and Taylor MJ.  Glucose-responsive gels based on dextran covalently coupled with lectin to control insulin delivery. J Pharm. Pharmac., 1997; 49 Suppl. 4: 76.

Taylor MJ Tanna S, Adams G. Insulin delivery using a novel glucose sensitive formulation. Proceed. Intern. Symp. Control. Rel. Bioact. Mater. 1995; 22.

Taylor MJ, Tanna S, Cockshot S,  Vaitha R. A novel self-regulated delivery system using unmodified solutes in glucose sensitive gel membranes. Proceed. Third European Symp. Control. Drug Delivery, The Netherlands. 1994; (240-5).

Current research students

Currently supervising 5 PhD students in the areas of dried blood spot analysis and detection of counterfeit medicines.

Externally funded research grants information

Comparison of VAMS and card based microsampling with LC-HRMS analysis to assess cardiovascular drug levels. MSACL EU – Student Travel Bursary. Sept 2017.

Performance of two different microsamplers for the LC-HRMS analysis of 11 cardiovascular drugs. The Chromatographic Society – Student Bursary to attend Reid Bioanalytical Forum. Sept 2017.

Assessment of adherence to cardiovascular medications in Iraq by Morisky Questionnaire and dried blood spot analysis. Maysan Health Directorate, Iraq Ministry of Health. Oct 2015- Sept 2019. Contract value £57,900.

Rapid detection of counterfeit medicines. Oct 2013 – Sept 2017. Self-funded PhD studentship form Nigeria.

Rapid detection of counterfeit medicines and their significance to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Jan 2013 – Jan 2014. Saudi Arabia Embassy. Contract value £18,300.

Dried blood spot analysis. April 2012. British Council support on UK-Chongqing Collaboration on Technology Transfer and Research.

Assessment of compliance for cardiovascular medications using dried blood spot analysis. 2011 – 2012. The Gunn and Carter Fellowship
Collaborators UHL and University of Leicester. Contract  £26,000.

Pharmacokinetic investigation of caffeine in neonatal children during clinical care. 2008-2011.  Joint funding from GlaxoSmithKline/ UHL NHS Trust/DMU.  Collaborators GSK, UHL and University of Leicester.  Contract value £75,000.

Development of a model for monitoring therapeutic levels of dexamethasone in neonates via microanalysis. 2008 – 2011 UHL NHS Trust consumables funding .  Contract value £21,000.

Assessing the Bioequivalence of Unlicensed Liquid Captopril formulations used in the treatment of Children with Heart Failure. 2008-2010.  NIHR Research for Patient Benefit Funding.  Joint research with UHL NHS Trust.   Contract value £51,774.

Novel methods for paediatric drug monitoring using microanalysis. 2007 – 2008 NIHR NEAT Feasibility funding.  Contract value £68,296

The development of a totally implantable closed-loop insulin delivery device for the management of diabetes. 2004 –2006. National Institute for Health Research – New and Emerging Applications of Technology (NEAT) Programme. Contract value £187,000

Internally funded research project information

Helping people in Africa stay clear of fake medicines. #DMUengage #DMUglobal award. Nov 2016-July 2017. £2000.
2016-July 2017. £2000.

Tandem Mass Spectrometry Project. Contract value £30,000. DMU HEIF Funded £30,000.

Tandem Mass spectrometry analyses of dried blood spots. 2010-13 Contract value £300,000. Role CI DMU RIF funded.

Development of a model for monitoring therapeutic levels of dexamethasone in neonates via microanalysis. DMU PhD Student Bursary CI and 2nd supervisor. Collaborators UHL NHS Trust, Sheffield Children’s Hospital, GSK plc. 2008-2011. Contract value £40,500.

Tandem Mass Spectrometry Project. Contract value £30,000. Role CI (with Dr G Lawson PI) DMU HEIF Funded £30,000.

Tandem Mass spectrometry analyses of dried blood spots. 2010-13 Contract value £300,000. Role CI (with Dr G Lawson PI) DMU RIF funded.

Development of a model for monitoring therapeutic levels of dexamethasone in neonates via microanalysis. DMU PhD Student Bursary CI and 2nd supervisor. Collaborators UHL NHS Trust, Sheffield Children’s Hospital, GSK plc. 2008-2011. Contract value £40,500.

Case studies

1.Blood spot analysis to assess adherence to cardiovascular pharmacotherapy in Iraq. This current research is in collaboration with hospitals is Iraq and the Maysan Health Directorate. Patient DBS samples are analysed at DMU and the results are given to the clinicians in Iraq.

The impact of this research is threefold:

  • Improved patient health via optimised drug dosing regimens - a life and death situation
  • Clarity and personalised patient data to the clinician to provide an evidence-base for further treatment
  • Huge cost savings to the healthcare supplier by eliminating unnecessary future care and unnecessary hospital re-admissions

2. Under the auspices of #DMUengage and #DMU global Dr Sangeeta Tanna and 3 undergraduate students from the Leicester School of Pharmacy travelled to Nairobi, Kenya on June 19-26 2017 to engage with various stakeholders about the research carried out by Drs Tanna and Dr Graham Lawson on the rapid detection of counterfeit medicines. The trip included visits to:

  • Kenya National Quality Control Laboratory
  • Kenya Pharmacy and Poisons Board
  • Aga Khan University Hospital
  • Kenyatta National Hospital

The trip outcomes included:

  • The levels of counterfeits medicines confirmed to be greater than 40
  • Exchange of information on counterfeit/substandard medicines between DMU and  the above stakeholders in Kenya
  • There was interest in joint work to develop expertise in the identification of substandard medicines

3.The blood spot analysis research and its potential impact on improving healthcare received extensive media coverage during a British Council sponsored visit to Chongqing, China in April 2012. It was widely covered by 20 national and local media, including CCTV, Chongqing TV, Xinhua News Agency, Guang Ming Daily People’s Daily, HongKong Wenhui Po, people.com.cn, CQ.QQ.com etc. The link below is Chongqing TV’s coverage of the event at its satellite news programme.

http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMzg3Nzg2OTk2.html

4. In September 2011 the pioneering use of dried blood spot methods to monitor prescription compliance among patients taking cardiovascular medications was the subject of local and national media coverage. This included television coverage on BBC national and local news in addition to a live BBC Radio Leicester interview. It was featured on the BBC news website at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-15002237

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