Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research

Early Career Researchers

Our Early Career Researchers are making important contributions to asthma research

The Centre has an amazing group of Early Career Researchers (ECRs). We use the UK Research and Innovation definition of ECR stages: doctoral, immediately postdoctorate and transition to independent researcher.

Each of the ECR members is working on a particular project in the field of applied respiratory research and has the opportunity to become a future research leader. Through the Centre, we offer additional training, support and connections to help them continue to develop their careers.

Profiles

You can read about our ECRs' projects, their publications and research activity as well as information about their background on their profile pages. 

Mohammad Alsallakh

Project: Creating synthetic data from real-world evidence

Chloe Bloom

Project: STEP DOWN: Stopping Treatment Excess in asthma, using linked Primary care Data and evaluating patient’s Opinions, across the Whole Nation

Luke Daines

Project: Improving the accuracy of asthma diagnosis in clinical practice

Hajar Hajmohammadi

Project: REAL HEALTH - Respiratory workstream: Identifying adults with asthma at high risk of hospital admission – Quality Improvement activity in East London

Io Chi-Yan Hui

Project: App for Asthma Connected Plus (A4A+): implementing Internet-of-Things (IoT) solutions to support asthma self-management

Tracy Jackson

Project: Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research Patient and Public Involvement

James Scales

Project: EVADE: Electric Vehicle And Diesel particulate Exposures

Holly Tibble

Project: Ascertainment of asthma outcomes from electronic prescribing health records

Kay Wang

Project: The DEFINE Study: Development and Evaluation of an online FeNO-guided asthma management INtervEntion in primary care

The ECRs below don't have profile pages yet. While we build these, please see their institution or Research Gate profiles.

Atena Barat Research Fellow, IMP2ART  Queen Mary University of London
Kirstie McClatchey Research Fellow, IMP2ART University of Edinburgh