Clinical Research Study Coordinator
I am the OxAMI (Oxford Acute Myocardial Infarction) Study Clinical Research Coordinator working in Professor Keith Channon’s Group researching about coronary heart diseases. OxAMI is a study in patients who present to the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford for the treatment of heart disease and/or heart attack. We aim to investigate in more detail heart disease in patients admitted for emergency treatment. Patients recruited to OxAMI are assessed using a combination of invasive and non-invasive investigations and followed up for up to 20 years. OxAMI is funded by the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre and have many local and international collaborators.
For more information: https://oxami.org.uk/
Being passionate about sport science, I did a MSc in Musculoskeletal Sports Science and Health at the University of Loughborough. After graduating, I have been involved in couple of research studies involving children with cerebral palsy before joining the University of Oxford as a Clinical Research Coordinator. I am experienced in managing various research studies. I lead the delivery of the clinical research activities and support the administration of the study.