I am a social scientist by training and my research interest are focussed around exploring the socioeconomic factors associated with neonatal encephalopathy. I am the program manager for a the PREVENT (Prevention of Epilepsy by reducing Neonatal Encephalopathy) study funded by NIHR. I am also the Deputy Director for the Centre for Perinatal Neuroscience at Imperial College London.
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