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Investigators

Dylan Aplin

PhD student

Theme 2 - Improving the behavioural impact of communications

Professor John Weinman

Professor of Psychology as Applied to Medicine

Theme 2 - Improving the behavioural impact of communications

Claire Heard

Post Doctoral Research Assistant

Theme 2 - Improving the behavioural impact of communications

Dr Alex Elliot

National Scientist Lead for the Real-time Syndromic Surveillance Team

Theme 3 - Enhancing syndromic surveillance for early detection of incidents

Professor Neil Greenberg

Professor of Defence Mental Health at King’s and President of the United Kingdom Psychological Trauma Society

Theme 1 - Protecting wellbeing during and after a major incident

Dr Alan Clark

Senior Lecturer

Theme 3 - Enhancing syndromic surveillance for early detection of incidents

Professor Simon Thomas

Professor of Clinical Pharmacology &Therapeutics and Consultant Physician

Theme 4 - Improving the evidence base for risk assessment and risk reduction

Dr Beatriz de la Iglesia

Senior Lecturer and Director of PGT

Theme 3 - Enhancing syndromic surveillance for early detection of incidents

Rebecca Webster

PhD Student

Theme 1 - Protecting wellbeing during and after a major incident

Dr Brian McCloskey

Director of WHO Collaborating Centre for Mass Gatherings and High Consequence, High Visibility Events

Management and Support