I currently work for the Airwave Health Monitoring Study, reporting to the Principal Investigator, Prof. Paul Elliott.
My principal responsibilities include:
- Database Manager for the processing and storage of the Study's Oracle database. All the research data collected by the Study are loaded and linked in Oracle, then exported for analysis using specialist statistical tools.
- Commercial aspects of the Study, including budgeting, invoicing and contracts.
- Technical operation of the Study's biorepository, situated at the College's Hammersmith Campus.
Before joining Imperial College, I was the principal design authority for the Cerillion-IBAS interconnect billing system, a position I had held since its inception in 1996. I wrote the specification for the first three major releases of IBAS, project-managed its implementation and contributed a large amount of the program code.
Prior to that, I worked in the management consultancy practice of Coopers & Lybrand's for three years, and in a variety of technical roles for International Computers Limited (ICL) since graduating from UCL (Astronomy & Physics, BSc.) in 1985.
et al., 2020, Determinants of accelerated metabolomic and epigenetic ageing in a UK cohort, Aging Cell, ISSN:1474-9718
et al., 2019, Gene-diet quality interactions on HbA1c and type 2 diabetes risk: The Airwave Health Monitoring Study, Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, Vol:2, ISSN:2398-9238, Pages:1-7
et al., 2019, Intakes and food sources of dietary fibre and their associations with measures of body composition and inflammation in UK adults: Cross-sectional analysis of the Airwave Health Monitoring Study, Nutrients, Vol:11, ISSN:2072-6643
et al., 2018, Personal radio use and cancer risks among 48,158 British police officers and staff from the Airwave Health Monitoring Study, British Journal of Cancer, Vol:120, ISSN:0007-0920, Pages:375-378
et al., 2018, A cross-sectional investigation into the occupational and socio-demographic characteristics of British police force employees reporting a dietary pattern associated with cardiometabolic risk: Findings from the Airwave Health Monitoring Study, European Journal of Nutrition, Vol:57, ISSN:0044-264X, Pages:2913-2926