Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre is pleased to announce the appointment of six senior researchers to the new position of Deputy Theme Leads. The Deputy Theme Leads will become integral part of the BRC team and will support the numerous managerial and scientific duties of the Theme Leads up to the end of our current funding cycle in April 2022.
The following appointments have been made:
Daniel Freeman – Deputy Theme Lead, Psychological Therapies
Susie Murphy – Deputy Theme Lead, Experimental Medicine
Vanessa Raymont – Deputy Theme Lead, Older Adult Mental Health
Kate Saunders – Deputy Theme Lead, Digital and Informatics
Elizabeth Tunbridge – Deputy Theme Lead, Adult Mental Health
Mark Woolrich – Deputy Theme Lead, Neuroimaging and Cognitive Neuroscience
The new Deputy Theme Leads were welcomed to their roles at a meeting chaired by BRC Director Professor John Geddes.
Professor Geddes said:
“It is a great pleasure to welcome our Deputy Theme Leads to their new roles within the BRC. We are fortunate to have these talented senior researchers and look forward to working with them and the existing Theme Leads to continue to develop the Oxford Health BRC”.