Dr De Lanerolle is the founder of the DEBM Lab. She is a Researcher and Charted Scientist.
Her research interests include Women's Health, Chronic conditions and Artificial Intelligence with a special focus on Disease Sequalae and Multimorbidity.
She has experience in conducting Evidence Syntheses, Clinical Epidemiology and Pre-Clinical studies.
She has significant experience working with both industry sponsored and academic clinical trials of all phases evaluating a variety of investigational medicinal products, medical devices and complex interventions.
She has also been an academic supervisor and contributor to a number of national and international research committees.
She is an expert at developing, set-up, management and delivery of both commercial and non-commercial clinical trials. She is on the editorial board of the BMC Women's Health and an academic editor PLoS ONE.
Dr De Lanerolle is also a Visiting Professor with the Sri Siddhartha Medical College, India.
Her RG profile can be accessed via https://www.researchgate.net/profile.ProfileStatsImprovementSuggestions.html
Professor Jian Qing Shi is a Senior Medical Statistician working on a variety of Global Health Projects. He is a Professor of Medical Statistics in the Department of Statistics and Data Science. Professor Shi is also Director of the Center for Biostatistics, at Southern University of Science and Technology.
He was a Reader in the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics and, Assistant Director of Cloud Computing for Big Data CDT at Newcastle University. He is a former Turing Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute.
His research interests include functional data analysis, missing data and bias analysis and covariance structural analysis. He has had highly impactful publications, including in the Journal of Royal Statistical Society Series B, Journal of American Statistical Association, Biometrika, Biometrics, Biostatistics, Lancet and British Medical Journal (BMJ). He has also published a monograph in Chapman & Hall, CRC ( Gaussian Process Regression Analysis for Functional Data with Choi. T. 2011) in addition to a number of contributions to a variety of academic books.
Professor Ashish Shetty is the Lead Consultant in Pain Management at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He is also the Neuromodulation lead at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. Professor Shetty completed his Anaesthesia and Pain Management training at Cambridge University Hospitals and a fellowship in Neuromodulation at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital in London.
Professor Shetty is also a Visiting Professor at Sri Siddhartha Medical College, India. He serves as the regional advisor in pain medicine for the faculty of pain medicine and is a secretary at the Royal Society of Medicine.
He specialises in the use of spinal cord stimulation to treat complex neuropathic pain problems such as the persistent back, leg, pelvic, and headache pain. He has a special interest in chronic neck, spinal, pelvic, abdominal and thoracic pain, as well as neuropathic and nerve pain. His research interests include AI, neuromodulation, pelvic and neuropathic pain.
He has worked with professionals from all around the world and continues to collaborate with those in the field of pain medicine. Professor Shetty received the clinical excellence award from the House of Lords for his work in the field.
Professor Alain Zemkoho is a mathematician at the School of Mathematical Sciences within the University of Southampton.
He is also affiliated to the OR Group and CORMSIS. Prior to joining the University of Southampton, he was a Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham and had previously worked as a Research Associate at the Technical University of Freiberg.
He is a Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics & Its Applications, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Dr Peter Phiri, is a researcher and the Director of Research & Innovation at Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust.
He is also a Visiting Academic in the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences at the University of Southampton, UK. With over 20 years in the NHS working in varied clinical settings with individuals with severe mental illness.
He has developed Culturally adapted Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Psychosis (CaCBTp) as part of his doctorate. Dr Phiri is a British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Fellow and serves in the National Conference Advisory Group (formerly Scientific Committee).
Dr Phiri is a Principal investigator on several research studies. He is an expert at developing, set-up, management and delivery of both commercial and non-commercial clinical trials. He is on the editorial board of the CBT Journal and a peer reviewer on several scientific journals. He has published widely and disseminated both at national and international level.
Professor Om Kurmi is an Epidemiologist.. He worked as a Senior Scientist in Respiratory Epidemiology at the Clinical Trial Service Unit and Epidemiological Studies Unit, Nuffield Department of Population Health, the University of Oxford. He worked as an Assistant Professor in Respiratory Epidemiology in the Division of Respirology, Department of Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada. Currently, he is working as an Associate Professor in Epidemiology and Evidence-based Healthcare Research at Coventry University. He is the chair of the Respiratory Epidemiology Group (6.01) of the European Respiratory Society and the Fellows of the Royal Society of Public Health. He has worked in several large prospective cohorts across all geographical regions, including in biobank studies. His primary research expertise is Respiratory Epidemiology and Environmental Health Epidemiology, and he has been teaching observational research methods and problem-based learning to undergraduate and postgraduate students. He has set up a family cohort in two regions of Nepal to understand the major determinants of health, particularly lung health in children.
Dr Heitor Cavalini is a clinical physiotherapist by training and have worked in research in a variety of settings. He has experience working within rural regions of low-middle-income-countries.
He has undergraduate and post-graduate teaching experience, in addition to clinical supervision.
Professor Yassine Bouchareb is a Senior Scientist and an expert in Medical Physics (UK, RPA2000) with over 20 years experience within academia and healthcare. He has worked in leading healthcare and academic institutions in the UK (Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and Barts Health NHS Foundation Trust), Germany, France (including René-Descartes University, Paris)and Qatar. The current professorial appointment at Sultan Qaboos University (Oman) focuses on developing medical imaging approaches suitable for Clinical Radiology settings and clinical research in Artificial Intelligence and Radiomics.
He is the author of several high impact scientific publications in imaging techniques and advanced image processing algorithms, evaluation of the efficacy of new drugs for Cardiovascular Diseases, Brain Disorders, Chronic Pain and Cancer, and most recently in developing Artificial Intelligence and Radiomics-based techniques for COVID19 and Cancer.
His teaching commitments cover Radiology, Medical Physics and Cardiology residents on a variety of internationally accredited programmes, in addition to the supervision of MSc, PhD students and post-doctoral researchers.
He is an expert reviewer for multiple journals; Radiology, Physics in Medicine and Biology, European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular imaging.
Dr Amy Boyd is an experienced researcher with a background in innate immunology and vaccinology. Her current research interests include immunology, women’s health, and the applications of technology in healthcare. Amy has a passion for medical and life-sciences research, and for helping organisations maximise their impact. Amy has extensive research experience and has worked in government institutes, academia, and with healthcare organisations. Amy is also an experienced project manager, who worked on the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID vaccine project from inception through to completion. Her entrepreneurship skills are reflected with her establishing Boyd-Welsh Associates Ltd, a medical communications company which offers a range of publication services in the area of medical and life sciences, in addition to project management.