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Richard Sullivan

Richard Sullivan is Director of External Affairs at Kings Health Partners Integrated Cancer Centre and Director of the new KHP Centre for Global OncoPolicy & Health, a joint partnership with the European Institute of Oncology. He is also Visiting Professor (Cancer and Public Health) at Universidad Catolica, Santiago de Chile. Richard Sullivan qualified in Medicine at St. Marys Hospital, London. Following training in surgery he undertook a PhD and post-doctoral research in cell signalling at University College London. He then worked in a senior role in the pharmaceutical industry before spending 10 years with Cancer Research UK as their clinical director. Richard serves on a number of international advisory boards, e.g. Charite Comprehensive Cancer Centre Berlin, Irish Clinical Oncology Group, Kings College Marjan Centre for Conflict & Conservation, Pfizer Policy Advisory Board and is past UK Director of the Council for Emerging National Security Affairs (CENSA), a Washington-based national security think-tank. His current research programmes cover the social and political policy of cancer (OncoPolicy), including e-policy and global public health challenges in transitional, high-risk conflict areas focusing on DR Congo, Afghanistan and Libya.

Frank Sullivan

Frank Sullivan is a medical graduate of Glasgow University (Scotland, United Kingdom). Following clinical training in the West of Scotland, fourteen years as a partner in a practice in Blantyre during which time he completed a PhD and a year’s work in the Seychelles he was appointed to the NHSTayside chair of Research and Development… Continue Reading

Chris Robertson

Chris Robertson is a statistician whose long term research interests have focussed on the application and development of statistical modelling in epidemiology. Since 2002 he has had a joint appointment as Professor of Public Health Epidemiology in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and also at Heath Protection Scotland… Continue Reading

Andrew Morris

Andrew Morris is the Professor of Diabetic Medicine and Head of Planning and Development in the College of Medicine Dentistry and Nursing at the University of Dundee. He leads a translational research team that focuses on the epidemiological and molecular aetiological basis of diabetes and its complications. He also has a major interest in how… Continue Reading

William R. Miller

William R. Miller is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Edinburgh, in the United Kingdom. He completed his BSc and PhD degrees at the University of Leeds before receiving a DSc from the University of Edinburgh. William R. Miller is past Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Breast Cancer Campaign, past Chairman… Continue Reading

Geoffrey Hamilton-Fairley

Geoffrey Hamilton-Fairley’s entrepreneurial career started in 1982 by founding a number of companies in the media sector backed by The Abingdon Management Company Limited (Abingdon) – an institutional venture capital company. In 1988 he joined the board of Abingdon as CEO and subsequently became sole owner having acquired the company from its institutional shareholders. Abingdon… Continue Reading

Kenneth Fleming

Kenneth Fleming is a pathologist with a special expertise in the liver. He graduated from Glasgow University in 1968 and after training posts in Pathology in Glasgow and Oxford, received his DPhil from Oxford University in 1980 and his Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists in 1988.He has extensive experience of successful leadership and… Continue Reading

Paul Burton

Paul Burton qualified in Medicine from the University of Leicester in 1983, taking an intercalated BSc in Genetics (supervised by Barry Holland) in 1981. As an MRC Training Fellow (1986-1989), he was awarded an MSc in Medical Statistics from the London School of Hygiene (1988). His MD (supervisors David Clayton and John Walls) focused on… Continue Reading

Irene Leigh

Irene Leigh was born and educated in Liverpool. She obtained her undergraduate medical training and intercalated BSc (Hons) in Anatomy at the London Hospital Medical College and specialised in dermatology at postgraduate level. She spent two years as a lecturer in medicine at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, before returning to registrar and… Continue Reading

Prof. Irene Leigh and Prof. Kurt Zatloukal join iPRI as Senior Research Fellows

iPRI is proud to announce the joining of Prof. Irene Leigh and Prof. Kurt Zatloukal as Senior Research Fellows. Prof. Irene Leigh has been Head of College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing at the University of Dundee for five years. Prof. Kurt Zatloukal is currently Professor of pathology at the Medical University of Graz. Irene… Continue Reading

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