Gary has been at the helm of the Oxford AHSN since its formation in 2013. In April 2021 he was elected Chair of the AHSN Network, the overarching body bringing together England’s 15 AHSNs. He has twice been Vice Chair of the AHSN Network. He led the successful atrial fibrillation national programme (2018-20) and now leads […]
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Nigel Keen chairs the Oxford AHSN Board. He is also Chairman of Syncona Partners, a company funded by The Wellcome Trust which was founded in 2012 and operates as an evergreen investment company, taking an active role in identifying, supporting and developing technologies with the potential significantly to impact the healthcare market of the future. […]
Paul joined Oxford AHSN in 2013. He has oversight of all its activities with a particular focus on governance, business planning, sustainability and partnerships with integrated care systems. Paul has an extensive commercial background, with international experience of licensing, contracting and mergers and acquisitions. He has also been a director of two life sciences companies […]
Tracey is an MBA (Henley Management College) qualified commercial and transformational change professional who has worked in both the private sector (material science and health) and the public health sector for the past 15 years. She has extensive experience of delivering complex programmes regionally, nationally and across Europe (budget values up to £1.6 billion). Prior […]
Katherine leads on Patient Safety and Clinical Improvement at the Oxford AHSN, running a large number of quality improvement projects across the region, and contributing to national patient safety programmes. Katherine has over 20 years’ experience working in the NHS and healthcare, starting her career in midwifery and progressing through clinical management of wards and […]
Julie initially trained as a research microbiologist for Unilever. Since then Julie has been leading commercial teams in the diagnostics and life sciences businesses for nearly 25 years prior to joining the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Diagnostic Evidence Co-operative (DEC) London at Imperial College in 2013. Julie joined the Oxford AHSN in 2014 […]
Guy joined the Oxford AHSN in June 2019. This is a key new role supporting innovation adoption and strengthening clinical engagement with emerging integrated care systems. Guy was previously medical director at Great Western Hospitals in Swindon where he worked for almost 20 years. Guy has been a consultant in sexual health and HIV since […]
Siân leads the Oxford AHSN Community Involvement and Workforce Innovation theme. Siân and her team work across the Oxford AHSN region helping to ensure that patients and the public are involved from needs analysis to design, delivery and evaluation of health and care services. The team also works on assessment of need, scoping for innovations […]
Joe Chairs the Oxford AHSN Research and Development Oversight Group. He has been Chief Executive of Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust since 2013. Joe has over 25 years’ experience of working in acute hospitals, including senior roles in large teaching hospitals and district general hospitals. He has a track record for improving patient services […]
Minoo chairs the Oversight Group for Community Involvement and Workforce Innovation. He is Medical Director of Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. A consultant paediatrician, Minoo has experience of working on projects and committees within the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, General Medical Council, Department of Health and Berkshire Research Ethics Committee.