Emily Turton BA (Dunelm) MA
School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR)
Section of Public Health
The University of Sheffield
30 Regent Street
Office: Innovation Centre Room 1.09b
Tel: +44 (0) 114 222 0685
I joined ScHARR in July 2012 as Clerical Officer for the NOSH (NOurishing Start for Health) project in the section of Public Health. I moved to DTS to take up a position as Data Management Assistant in the CTRU in July 2014.
Prior to this, I worked for the Admissions service at the University of Sheffield (2004 - 2008) and, most recently, for the Clinical Trials Unit at the University of Leeds (2010 - 2012), supporting the PURPOSE Pressure Ulcer Research Programme.
I graduated from the Universities of Durham and Leeds, with, respectively, a BA and MA in Classics. Outside work, I am an aspiring novelist seeking fame and fortune, or just publication credits.
I support data management activities in the CTRU, from the design of data capture tools through to data clean-up and reporting across the range of CTRU studies.
Emily Turton is based in Design, Trials and Statistics