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Professor Sir John Bell

Professor Sir John Bell GBE FRS is Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford University, and Chairman of the Office for the Strategic Coordination of Health Research. He served as President of the Academy of Medical Sciences (2006-2011). His research interests are in the area of autoimmune disease and immunology where he has contributed to the […]

Dr Bruno Holthof

Dr Bruno Holthof is the Chief Executive Officer of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH). The OUH employs 12,000 staff across four hospital sites and 44 other locations. Before OUH, he was CEO of the Antwerp Hospital Network from January 2004 until September 2015. During this period, he transformed ZNA into the most profitable […]

Mr Stuart Bell

Stuart Bell joined Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust as Chief Executive in October 2012 and had previously been the Chief Executive of South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust since it was formed in 1999. After reading Modern History at the University of Oxford, Stuart joined the NHS in 1982 and held senior planning and […]

Professor Linda King

Linda joined Oxford Brookes in 1986 as a Lecturer in Virology and was promoted to Professor in 1998.  She was Dean of the School of Life Sciences for eight years until she became Associate Dean for Research and Knowledge Exchange for the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. Linda completed her doctorate in molecular virology […]

Professor Gavin Screaton

Professor Gavin Screaton is Head of the Medical Sciences Division of the University of Oxford.  Prior to his appointment in Oxford he was Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College in London.  

Professor Martin Landray

Martin Landray is Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology within the Nuffield Department of Population Health and Deputy Director of the Big Data Institute within the Li Ka Shing Centre for Health Information and Discovery. His work seeks to further understand the determinants of common life-threatening and disabling diseases through the design, conduct and analysis of […]

Professor Chas Bountra

Chas is Professor of Translational Medicine in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine and Associate Member of the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford. He is also a Visiting Professor in Neuroscience and Mental Health at Imperial College, London. Chas is an invited expert on several government and charitable research funding bodies, and […]

Professor Paul Klenerman

Paul Klenerman trained in clinical medicine at Cambridge and Oxford, and specialised in Infectious Diseases. He did his PhD in Oxford on HIV immune escape and did postdoctoral work in Zurich on mouse models of virus persistence. He received Wellcome fellowship funding to set up his own lab in Oxford to study immune responses to […]

Professor John Geddes

Professor Geddes’ current research focuses on the development and evaluation of treatments for people with bipolar and other mental disorders. He has established large cohorts of patients, developed new approaches to self management and monitoring, and conducted clinical trials as well as influential research syntheses. By involving patients in research, his team has been able […]

Dr Ryan Pink

After completing an Msc in Medical Diagnostics and Molecular biology PhD on dietary linked Oesophageal cancer in developing world South Africa, Ryan worked for industry around Europe on a six million Euro point-of-care early diagnostic cancer tool. This led on to working on an early cancer diagnostic tool for the International Technology Research Institute, Taiwan. Ryan went […]