Steering Committee

Enabling the collaborative research in Precision Health that is instrumental in the transition to preventative medicine



Carol Brayne

cb105@medschl.cam.ac.uk

Environmental & Occupational Health  Medicine  

Prof Brayne is co-director of Cambridge Public Health, and is a public health clinical academic whose research career has focused on older people's health and brain ageing in populations, including biobanking. She has led the largest multi-centre study of cognition and dementia in the UK. She has also worked in areas of neurological and neuropsychiatric epidemiology such as the epidemiology of autism spectrum disorders, psychiatric disorders in mid-life.

health of elderly  dementia in population  

Kathy Liddell

k.liddell@law.cam.ac.uk

Law & Government  Humanities  

Prof Liddell’s research focuses on health, medicine and society, with the aim of understanding and improving the legal frameworks that govern and support innovation in this field.

medical law  Intellectual property  

Andrew McCaskie

awm41@cam.ac.uk

Orthopedics  Medicine  

Prof McCaskie is an orthopaedic surgeon with an interest in lower limb surgery. His research aims to develop innovative solutions, particularly regenerative, for patient benefit in musculoskeletal disease. The research encompasses a greater understanding of the causes of musculoskeletal disease and the mechanisms of action of therapy.

regenerative innovation solutions for musculoskeletal disease  lower limb surgery  

Carola Schönlieb

cbs31@cam.ac.uk

Applied Mathematics  Physical  

Prof Schönlieb specialises in the mathematics of digital image and video processing using partial differential equations and variational methods. The research from her group ranges from the modelling and analysis of such methods to the computational realisation and application.

machine learning  image processing  

Michael Sutcliffe

mpfs@eng.cam.ac.uk

Bioengineering  Technology  

Prof Sutcliffe is interested in applying engineering principles of mechanics and materials to biological systems. Applications include characterising and modelling deformation and rupture of arteries, including the effect of patient-specific geometry and disease.

composite materials  biological tissue