Anna Waterhouse BSc Biological Sciences
Data Linkage Programme Manager
The University of Sheffield
Regent Court, 30 Regent Street
I joined the university in 2017 as a Data Linkage Programme Manager working within the Sheffield hub of the Connected Yorkshire, Connected Health Cities project, leading the development of the hub as part of a growing collection of clinical and biomedical data integration efforts across Yorkshire, the North and the UK. I divide my time at the university between ScHARR and SITraN (Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience)
I have over 14 years’ experience with medical data in a clinical research environment from the University of Leeds Clinical Trials Research Unit, co-ordinating a number of large, international and multi-centre trials including project management of a large phase III national trial in Multiple Myeloma. Previously I worked at PAREXEL International as the lead Data Manager on a wide variety of clinical trials, across a variety of phases and indications. I graduated from the University of Sheffield with a BSc in Biological Sciences.
● Health Services and Public Health Research
● Evaluating complex intervention in Emergency and Urgent Care settings
● Use of routine dataset to improve public health care provision
Health North: Connected Health Cities
Connected Yorkshire research project: Using big data to improve urgent and emergency care pathways for patients’
Connected Yorkshire research project: A connected variant interpretation and reporting platform for clinical diagnostics delivery to the electronic patient record
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