We would like to introduce three of our new team members who joined theHill recently!
Ishbel Henderson, Remote Monitoring Project Officer
Ishbel is delighted to be working with the team as a student researcher, helping with a remote monitoring project. She is also a first year DPhil student in the department of primary care, looking at multimorbidity care in the elderly population. Before moving to Oxford Ishbel undertook an MPhil in Bioscience Enterprise (MBE), which is a biotechnology focused MBA, and a BSc in immunology. This has driven her towards a career in improving healthcare for the people who need it
Sophie Shang, Remote Monitoring Project Officer
Sophie is a first-year DPhil student studying Computational Psychiatry at Oxford. She is passionate about new products and technologies that have the potential to innovate healthcare. At the Hill, Sophie is working on a project driven by patient need to understand how remote monitoring technology can improve care and outcomes (if you are someone with experience with remote monitoring, please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org). She enjoys reading and baking, tries her best to meditate daily, and takes her plants on walks to sunbathe.
Sophie Collier, Personal Assistant
Sophie is Megan’s personal assistant, newly joined on the role after spending the past few years as a medical secretary during the pandemic within the Oxford University Hospital’s trust.
Farah Malik, Project Officer
Farah brings to the team her expertise in Project Coordination. She qualified in Pharmacology and Physiology and has 10 years’ experience in the Pharmaceutical sector in Quality Assurance and coordinating large scale global clinical and medico-marketing trials. She also has good experience of working for the public sector, for local Government within community cohesion and the education sector where she focused on improving access to statutory education. She also enjoys working with non profit organisations to build capacity and sustainability to support local government projects in improving health and wellbeing.