Senior Clinical Lecturer
The University of Aberdeen
Institute of Applied Health Sciences
Room 1:159 Polwarth building
I'm a post-doc clinical lecturer in nephrology at ACHDS. I aim to use data to challenge and strengthen the evidence that guides how we care for people with kidney diseases, understand how we can make better decisions that benefit patients, and translate clinical research into changes in how we provide care.
AKI phenotyping codes (Renal HDRUK) [ref BMJ Open 2018; 8:e019435]
Post AKI risk prediction [ref BMC Neph 2017;18(1):9]
Kidney Disease @Farr Collaboration
100 ways of using data to makes lives better
Interview for ERA 2020
Long term outcomes of acute kidney injury - establishing prognosis to design optimal management. Clinical research training fellowship, Wellcome Trust (2014-2017).
Identifying episodes of acute kidney injury across health care settings using routinely collected data. Farr Institute (2016-2017).