Applied Renal Research Collaboration (ARRC)

Applied Renal Research Collaboration (ARRC)

ARRC team meetingAberdeen ARRC is a multidisciplinary team interested in exploring all aspects of renal disease using data linkage to address important clinical and service issues

Aberdeen ARRC also includes lay representation, close clinical involvement from NHS Grampian Renal Unit and the range of disciplines in the Division of Applied Health Sciences including public health, health economics, health services research and primary care.

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Aberdeen ARRC aims to foster strong links to deliver high quality renal research. We have collaborative links with research groups across Scotland, UK and North America.

For more information please contact Professor Corri Black.



Our Group
  • Corri Black - Professor of Public Health Medicine
  • Nick Fluck - Nephrology Consultant, Medical Director NHS Grampian
  • Marjorie Johnston - Public Health Trainee, CSO PhD student
  • Angharad Marks - Nephrology Consultant and Clinician Scientist
  • Lynn Robertson - Research Fellow
  • Steph Hall - Research Fellow
  • Simon Sawhney - Nephrology Trainee, Wellcome Trust PhD student
  • Shifa Sarica - PhD student

We are grateful to all who have supported our research

In the past ten years this has included:

Kidney Research UK

MRC - Medical Research Council CSO - Chief Scientist Office
Wellcome Trust NHS - National Institute for Health Research NHS Grampian