What is the Role of the Infrastructure Working Group?
Our Infrastructure Working Group are responsible for ensuring that all of the necessary processes and infrastructure are in place across the UK to deliver the trial. They will ensure the trial is inclusive, deliverable and accessible for people with Parkinson’s to participate.
Meet the Chair
Dr Stephen Mullin
Dr Mullin is Associate Professor of Neurology and Honorary Consultant Neurologist at the University of Plymouth, interested in the genetic and clinical stratification of the risk of Parkinson disease. He delivered the first genetically stratified neuroprotective trial in Parkinson’s disease and devised http://pdfrontline.com, an internet based platform for genetic testing in Parkinson‘s.
His research now mainly focuses on the use of artificial intelligence to gain mechanistic insights and improve care in Parkinson’s disease.
Dr Mullin leads our Infrastructure working group which is tasked with assessing UK infrastructure to deliver complex clinical trials in Parkinson’s disease, as well as processes for data storage, analysis and integration.
Members of this working group
|Dilan Athauda, Early Career Researcher||University College London|
|Huw Morris||University College London|
|David P. Breen||University of Edinburgh|
|Christian Lambert||University College London|
|Prasad Korlipara||University College London|
|Monty Silverdale||University of Manchester|
|Kailash P. Bhatia||University College London|
|Alison Yarnall||Newcastle University|
|Raj Khengar||National Institute of Health Research UCLH Clinical Research Facility|
|Helen Collins||National Institute of Health Research, Thames Valley & South Midlands|
|Fleur Hudson||Medical Research Council Clinical Trials Unit, London|
|Gareth Baxendale||National Institute of Health Research, Leeds|
|Rebecca Croucher||National Institute of Health Research, Wessex|
|Sandra Bartolomeu Pires||University of Southampton|
|Jennifer Allison||National Institute of Health Research, Southampton|
|Antony Morgan||PPI member, London|
|Sheila Wonnacott||PPI member, Hampshire|