PSP Steering Group
Our Priority Setting Partnership steering group is made up of clinicians, researchers and women and their partners with lived experience of Pregnancy Hypertension. We hope to achieve a broad spectrum of opinions and experiences from this diverse group of healthcare professionals and lay members so that the 'Top Ten' research priorities we end up with really do represent the views of the people most affected by Pregnancy Hypertension. Scroll down to meet the Steering Group members.
Lucy is an NIHR Research Professor in Obstetrics at King’s College London and Honorary Consultant Obstetrician at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. She runs a research programme investigating prediction and prevention of adverse pregnancy outcomes, particularly in women with pre-existing co-morbidities such as chronic hypertension and chronic kidney disease, using randomised controlled trials and observational studies.
Jim is currently deputy director of the Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit and the lead for the Trent Pregnancy and Childbirth Specialty Group. He is head of Service for Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Neonatal at the Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust as well as an Editor of the European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Laura is a professor of Women's Health at King's College London. She is President of the International Society for the Study of Hypertension in Pregnancy as well as President-elect of the International Society of Obstetric Medicine.
Chris is a Senior Lecturer in Neonatal Medicine and honorary consultant neonatologist at Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust. His research interests include developing clinical trials using routinely collected electronic health record data, a central aspect of this work is increasing parent and patient involvement in neonatal research.
Louise is a Clinical Lecturer in Women's Health at King's College London. Her PhD investigated the treatment of high blood pressure in pregnancy.
Ali is a Clinical Research Fellow in the Department of Women and Children’s Health, King’s College London. With a background as an Obstetrics and Gynaecology specialty trainee, her PhD project involves magnetic resonance imaging to identify a placental phenotype in hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
Richard is a professor of primary care and practicing GP. His research interests lie in the prevention of cardiovascular disease with particular emphasis on blood pressure measurement and the management of hypertension in primary care.
Liza is an academic GP trainee in South London. Her PhD research focused on chronic disease in low income settings, and current interests include high blood pressure during pregnancy.
Marcus Green is part time CEO of Action on Pre-eclampsia, his wife had pre-eclampsia before the birth of their daughter who is now 10. Aside from his role at APEC he is MD of his own management consultancy and is chair of two charities.