Peter is a clinical academic who trained in adult medicine, infectious diseases and public health in the UK and Australia. He is Director of the Epidemic Diseases Research Group at Oxford where he is involved in conducting clinical and epidemiological research on epidemic and emerging infections. He has worked extensively in resource constrained settings and […]
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 […]
Glenn Wells has a career in the life science and healthcare sector including Research & Development funding (translational and applied) and management alongside national policy development having worked and held senior positions in private, public (Central Government and NHS) and charity sectors. Building on his time at the Wellcome Trust, The Department of Health and […]
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 […]
Megan has rejoined the AHSC having worked until March 2018 with the Oxford AHSN after over 40 years in the NHS in Oxford. She was actively involved in the accreditation of the Oxford AHSC from 2014 and now works in support of Dr Glenn Wells and the Board of the AHSC.