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Meet The Team

Members of the R&D team

Research Lead

Dr Helen Matthews

Dr Helen Matthews

Helen Matthews was appointed as a Gastroenterology & Hepatology Consultant to Kingston Hospital in April 2014. She studied medicine at Cambridge University and Oxford University. She completed her training in gastroenterology and hepatology working at several trusts in North and South London including Guy’s and St Thomas’, King’s College Hospital, St George’s and Imperial NHS Trust. She has been awarded a number of academic prizes, including a Foundation Scholarship from Cambridge University and a Wellcome Trust Training Fellowship for her research work in non alcoholic fatty liver disease at Imperial. She is an accredited Bowelscope endoscopist and participates in bowel cancer screening at St George’s Hospital. She regularly teaches on the National Endoscopy Training Courses. She is also the Research & Development Lead for Kingston Hospital.

R&D Coordinator

Jennifer Crooks

Jenny Crooks Web

Jenny has been conducting research for a number of years in a variety of specialities including Huntington’s Disease and Paediatric Rheumatology. As the commercial development officer at University Hospital of North staffs she was also successful in increasing the commercial research portfolio across the trust. Jenny was appointed as the Research and Development Coordinator in November 2015 to increase the research portfolio at Kingston Hospital.

Email: Jennifer.crooks@kingstonhospital.nhs.uk

Telephone: 0208 546 7711 ext. 3824

South West Cluster office

Natalie McCarthy

Natalie

Industry and RM&G Manager. Provides support for R&D governance checks, contract negotiation, as well the process for R&D permissions for new studies. If you would like to learn about other research opportunities please contact the South West Cluster Office and address your email to Natalie.

Email:  gst-tr.SWClusterOffice@nhs.net

020 7188 7188 – ext 53527

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