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Translating ideas to studies

As Clinical Studies Co-ordinator within the Mechanisms of Disease Group, Emma Coady has a key role translating grant proposals into workable clinical studies. Her work involves a range of activities including preparing grant proposals, training staff in a variety of clinical study procedures, and ensuring data management/quality control systems are in place. Emma is also involved in a number of clinical trials in hypertension, as well as studies investigating ethnic differences in cardiovascular disease and diabetes within ICCH, nationally and internationally.

‘I co-ordinate two clinical trials on hypertension and diabetes within ICCH and two sub-studies within the ALSPAC cohort (Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children) at the University of Bristol. I am also part of the SABRE study, involving a large tri-ethnic cohort undergoing detailed noninvasive procedures.’

Emma Coady

Emma Coady
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