Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit is pleased to announce the arrival of two new senior members of staff.
Ed Juszczak joined in July as Professor of Clinical Trials and Statistics in Medicine from the University of Oxford, where for the previous 10 years he was Director of the NPEU Clinical Trials Unit. Ed brings a wealth of experience in medical statistics and clinical trial design, conduct and analysis, particularly in the field of perinatal medicine, paediatrics, mental health and surgery. He has a special interest in the conduct and reporting of multi-arm trials and trials using routinely collected data.
Marilyn James is Professor of Health Economics, and from 1 August will join NCTU from the Division of Rehabilitation, Ageing and Wellbeing in the School of Medicine. Marilyn already collaborates on many large studies with NCTU, and the move will enable closer working to further strengthen clinical trials research in Nottingham. She has just completed the largest trial ever run in ophthalmology. Besides trials and health economic modelling work, Marilyn has worked in both the pharmaceutical industry and the health service as a health economist and is currently a panel member for the NIHR doctoral fellowships.
Posted on Monday 3rd August 2020