Professor Louise Kenny
Louise is a Consultant Obstetrician as well as the Executive Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at the University of Liverpool and Principal Investigator for the C-GULL study.
Professor David Taylor-Robinson
David is a Professor of Public Health and Policy and MRC Clinician Scientist with expertise in public health, health inequalities, paediatrics and child health, epidemiology and statistics, and evidence synthesis. He is an Honorary Consultant in Public Health at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
Professor Iain Buchan
Iain is a public health, informatics and data science research leader. He is Chair in Public Health and Clinical Informatics, and Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Innovation. He pursues data-intensive public health research for major societal challenges, most recently the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and COVID-19 responses.
Professor Gregory Lip
Gregory is the Price-Evans Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University, NIHR Senior Investigator and consultant cardiologist at the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital. He specialises in the clinical epidemiology of cardiovascular disease and stroke. He has also been researching improvements in clinical risk stratification and patient care pathways.
Professor Sarah Rodgers
Sarah is a Professor of Health Informatics with expertise in evaluating natural experiments and non-randomised intervention studies using anonymised linked administrative and health datasets.
Professor Paula Williamson
Paula is a Professor of Biostatistics. Her research programme has focussed on several aspects of evidence-based medicine (EBM) including clinical trials, meta-analysis, health outcome selection, and reducing waste in research.
Dr Andrew Sharp
Andy is an academic obstetrician with an interest in fetal medicine and complex pregnancies as well as research interests in preterm birth, multiple pregnancy and fetal growth restriction.
Professor Helen Sharp
Helen is Professor of Perinatal and Clinical Child Psychology in the Department of Primary Care and Mental Health. She is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist who jointly leads the Wirral Child Health and Development Study, and leads the Bangalore Child Health and Development Study, which investigate early pre and postnatal risk and protective factors for children's mental health outcomes in UK and India. Her work includes investigating the impact of COVID-19 on mental health.
Professor Michael Beresford
Michael is the Brough Chair, Professor of Child Health at University of Liverpool, and Honorary Paediatric Rheumatology Consultant at Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust. He is Programme Director for Liverpool Health Partner’s ‘Starting Well’ Theme and Director of the UK’s only ‘Experimental Arthritis Treatment Centre for Children’.
Dr Rebecca Geary
Rebecca is an epidemiologist and public health researcher with international experience of conducting research on sexual, reproductive, maternal and mental health, inequalities in health care access, patients’ experiences of health services and the evaluation of complex public health interventions. She has expertise in the analysis of longitudinal and linked administrative and survey data.