Research Programme Manager – Dermatology and Integrative Cardiovascular Medicine
Katherine has worked in clinical research since 2014 across a variety of commercial, NHS and academic clinical trials and organisations. Her experience ranges across a range of medical devices, cardiology, and simulation-based training.
Katherine completed her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences (Bsc Hons) from The University of Leeds and a PhD studying the effects of surgical and transcatheter aortic value replacement on cardiac dynamics at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Katherine joined Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) in 2020, working to coordinate a range of paediatric trials, in addition to analysing data and preparing work for dissemination. Katherine then went on to work in the ‘Hive’ programme, liaising with a range of stakeholders to bring transformation to MFT via the implementation of a large electronic patient record across the 10 hospitals.
As project manager for the Dermatology and Integrative Cardiovascular Medicine themes within the NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre, Katherine manages the programmes of research spanning across these topics. Katherine works with clinical and academic staff across Greater Manchester and the North-West, coordinating the setup and progress of these studies, dissemination, and promoting inclusive research based on public and participant involvement.