Katie is an ST6 trainee currently working as a clinical research fellow at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital with protected time for co-ordinating the NeoTRIPS network. Katie enjoys advocating for trainee involvement in neonatal research due to the myriad of benefits it can bring, both for trainees and for patients. Other interests include feeding babies on the postnatal ward, family integrated care, quirky holiday destinations and scented candles.
Emily is a paediatric trainee and is currently doing a PhD at Imperial College London. Her main research interests are the long term effects of perinatal exposures, particularly the impact of prematurity and infant nutrition on childhood health. She is passionate about involving trainees in research and improving the evidence base across neonatalogy. Outside of work she has a toddler who keeps her busy and has made her realise no amount of paediatric training can prepare you for parenthood!
Catherine Longley is an ST6 Neonatal GRID Trainee working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Royal London Hospital. She has been involved with NeoTRIPS both in collecting data for the EOS project and being a trainee lead. She enjoys research and her literature review on Near Infra-red Spectroscopy was published in Archives of Diseases in Childhood, Fetal and Neonatal edition and presented at Joint European Neonatal Societies Conference in Maastricht in 2019. She has a passion for trainee well-being, education and quality improvement.
Justinas is a South London ST4 Paediatric trainee with a longstanding interest in neonatology. He has been involved in NeoTRIPS since the first project on the potential of reducing neonatal antibiotic use by using Kaiser Permanente sepsis risk calculator, abstract on which was accepted by Paediatric Academic Societies (PAS) conference (USA). He has a background in perinatal neurosciences research and is a co-author of several publications on perinatal brain injury. He is a postgraduate education and audit enthusiast.
Jo is an ST4 paediatric trainee at Kingston Hospital with an interest in neonatology. She is passionate about improving neonatal care on a population level, and has been involved in NeoTRIPS as a regional lead and in local data collection. Jo is also interested in clinical genetics, and is currently completing an MSc in Genomic Medicine at Queen Mary, University of London.
Lauren is an ST6 paediatrics trainee with aspirations to pursue a career in neonatology and an interest in genetics and whole genome sequencing. She achieved a distinction in her Master’s in Genomics with Imperial College London and published a review article on the uses of pre-natal whole exome sequencing in the diagnosis of fetal abnormalities. She was first involved with NeoTRIPS during the EOS sepsis project and is driven by a desire to improve developmental outcomes in pre-term infants through family integrated and developmental care. Her pursuits outside of work include teaching yoga and charity fundraising by way of varied sporting challenges.
Cheryl is one of the co-founders of NeoTRIPS and now works as a Consultant Neonatologist at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and is an NIHR Clinician Scientist at Imperial College London. Cheryl is the BAPM data lead and her research focuses on the application of ‘real-world’ data to help identify neonatal interventions to improve lifelong outcomes.
Dev is one of the co-founders of NeoTRIPS and has now left trainee life to take up a role as a Consultant Neonatologist at Hillingdon Hospital London. Dev is passionate about inspiring the next generation of trainees to take part in large-scale projects to improve patient care.