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Dr Andrew Salmon

Dr Andrew Salmon

Associate Research Fellow

I have completed two cost-effectiveness analyses for the local PHTCG (Health Technology Assessment Group) as detailed below. These are valuable...

Dr Liz Shaw

Dr Liz Shaw

Associate Research Fellow

I am currently working on a PenCLAHRC affiliated Systematic Literature Review within the Evidence Synthesis Team, aimed at exploring the...

Prof Rod Sheaff

Prof Rod Sheaff

Professor in Health Services Research

For PenCLAHRC I have contributed to the VTE ,COCOA and PFMT projects. I also research health-care commissioning; primary care integration;...

Mr Ian  Sherriff

Mr Ian Sherriff

Academic Partnership Lead for Dementia School of Medicine and Dentistry

Currently Ian is a founder member of the Plymouth University Dementia Group. Their research to date includes “Early Diagnosis of...

 Jo Shuttleworth

Jo Shuttleworth

Operations & Finance Manager

I became the Operations and Finance Manager in December 2012 after spending almost 2 years as a Project Facilitator within...

 Jo Smith

Jo Smith

Operations Manager

I have a background in Human Resources and project management gained from working both within the Medical and Dental Schools...

 Linda  Solbrig

Linda Solbrig

PhD Student

I have been a PhD student at PenCLAHRC since Jan 2015. I graduated from Plymouth University in 2014 with a...

 Graham  Standfield

Graham Standfield

Events and Training Assistant

My current role is to provide administrative support to the PenCLAHRC project support team in the preparation and delivery of PenCLAHRC...

Prof Ken Stein

Prof Ken Stein

Deputy Director of PenCLAHRC and Lead for Question Generation

I am Deputy Director of the PenCLAHRC, and in addition to involvement in a range of projects being carried out...

 Anna Stimson

Anna Stimson

PenCRU Research Administrator and CATCh-uS Administrator

I provide part-time administrative support to two different project teams within the Child Health group: The Peninsula Cerebra Research Unit...