Imperial College London


Faculty of EngineeringDyson School of Design Engineering

Senior Lecturer







Dyson BuildingSouth Kensington Campus




Current Research

Improving management for stroke survivors in primary care

NIHR CLAHRC South London project - engagement of stakeholders, design, development and evaluation of innovative digital interventions to improve management and care for stroke survivors in primary care. The interventions will be integrated with the GP’s electronic health records system using data from the South London Stroke Register (SLSR) and Lambeth DataNet. In collaboration with King’s College London, School of Population Health & Environmental Sciences. Prof. Charles Wolfe (PI).

EPSRC CONSULT project - engagement of stakeholders, design and evaluation of a collaborative decision support system that will extract data from “wellness” sensors (e.g., heart rate, blood pressure) and display personalised information to patients to help them self-manage their condition and to healthcare professionals to help them make informed decisions on treatments. In collaboration with King’s College London, School of Population Health & Environmental Sciences and Department of Informatics. Prof. Simon Parsons (PI).

Digital solutions for cancer patients

Analysing cancer patients’ and other stakeholders’ needs to propose novel digital and service design solutions to support Head and Neck cancer patients in their rehabilitation process. In collaboration with Prof Minna Isomursu from IT University of Copenhagen - Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) European Grant as part of the COST ENJECT project.

Social Media content and source analysis

Exploring the most prevalent vaccination content in Twitter during a specific time period and identifying the most popular users disseminating this information. In collaboration with Dr Miguel Vadillo from The Autonomous University of Madrid.

Improving Diagnosis in primary care

TRANSFoRm European project was a 5-year project (2010-2015) performed by researchers from across Europe (23 universities and research centres), aiming to develop a ‘rapid learning healthcare system’ driven by advanced computational infrastructure that can improve both patient safety and the conduct and volume of clinical research in Europe. Continue research on improving diagnosis by designing and developing a generic, dynamic interface, integrated with the electronic health records, to facilitate diagnostic decision making. In collaboration with Prof Brendan Delaney (PI) and Dr Olga Kostopoulou (Co-I), Imperial College London, Department of Surgery & Cancer.