NIHR Research for Patient Benefit is a national funding programme that funds research on a regional level through eight Regional Advisory Committees. Each region has a local committee chair and members, and patient or public members.
Dr Tracey Sach is Chair of the East of England Regional Advisory Committee.
|Mrs Abigail Dennington-Price||Public Member||-||-|
|Professor Morag Farquhar||Professor of Palliative Care Research
||University of East Anglia||Palliative care research, breathlessness, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), informal carers, MRC framework for complex interventions, mixed methods, qualitative methods, supportive care|
|Professor Christina Jerosch-Herold||Professor of Rehabilitation Research||University of East Anglia||Applied health research on rehabilitation of neuromusculoskeletal disorders of the upper limb including observational studies and clinical trials|
|Dr Julia Jones||Reader in Patient experience and public involvement||University of Hertfordshire||Patient and public involvement, mental health research, mixed method designs and qualitative methods, co-production|
|Dr Jacqueline Mitton||Public Member||-||-|
|Mrs Tracy Pellatt-Higgins||Senior Statistician and Research Fellow||University of Kent||Medical Statistics, Stochastic simulation, Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic modelling, model based meta-analysis, non-linear mixed effects modelling|
|Professor Gavin Pettigrew||Professor in clinical and experimental transplantation. Honorary consultant||University of Cambridge||clinical and experimental transplant research|
|Professor Carl Philpott||Professor of Rhinology & Olfactology/Honorary Consultant ENT Surgeon & Rhinologist||University of East Anglia||-|
|Dr Wendi Qian||Senior Statistician||University of Cambridge||Statistics|
|Dr Peter Richmond||Public Member||-||-|
|Dr Murray Smith||Senior Research Fellow in Econometrics and Health Economics||University of Lincoln||Econometrics including microeconometric modelling, health informatics, health economic modelling, mathematical statistics and computer algebra|
|Dr Toby Smith||Associate Professor in Physiotherapy||University of East Anglia||Rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders in the elderly, particularly those with multiple morbidites including trauma and cancer and reconstructive surgery|
|Dr Juliet Usher-Smith||General Practitioner and Clinical Senior Research Associate||University of Cambridge||Systematic reviewing and evidence synthesis of quantitative/qualitative literature, evidence-based practice, mixed methods, epidemiology, intervention studies, controlled trials, various health care areas including older people’s health|