Professor Jeremy Levy - CATO Director

Dr Jeremy LevyJeremy leads and has oversight of all CATO activities and represents CATO interests at numerous AHSC, ICHT and ICL committees and boards. He is a Consultant Nephrologist at ICHT and previously Head of School of Medicine for London Deanery. He has wide knowledge and interest in all aspects of healthcare education. http://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/j.levy

Dr Caroline Alexander - Lead Clinical Academic for Therapies

Dr Caroline AlexanderCaroline provides professional leadership and support to research staff working within ICHT as well as working with strategic partners to grow the capacity and capability of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists and Dieticians (Therapists) principally, but including AHPs more widely, to become research aware, research-ready and research-active.
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/caroline.alexander

Professor Mary Wells - Lead Nurse for Research 

Wells, MaryMary’s key responsibilities are to provide professional leadership and support to research nurses and research practitioners across ICHT and work with strategic partners such as Imperial College London to grow the capacity and capability of nurses and midwives to become more research aware, ready and active.

Lead nurse explains how to engage more clinical staff in research...


Samantha Hobbs - CATO Manager

Samantha HobbsSam’s responsibilities include: overseeing the planning and delivery of the CATO programme, supporting the development and implementation of new schemes and resources for clinical academics, coordinating bids for funding/posts, maintaining links with relevant colleagues across the AHSC and ensuring and overseeing departmental operations.

CATO Coordinator:

KieroKieronn Blake 
Kieron's responsibilities include: organising CATO events, coordinating communications, managing bursary applications, data management and reporting, providing the main point of contact for Academic Clinical Fellows and Clinical Lecturers (medical) as well as maintaining CATO systems including the CATO website.  

Tel: +44 (0)20 3313 7397 / Email the coordinators at : cato@imperial.ac.uk

Tamsin Lock

Tamsin Lock 
Tamsin's responsibilities include: organising CATO events, coordinating communications, providing the main point of contact for Clinical PhD Fellows and Healthcare Professionals as well as producing the Healthcare Professionals newsletters and maintaining CATO systems including the CATO website.  

Tel: +44 (0)20 3313 1373 / Email the coordinators at : cato@imperial.ac.uk