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Oxford AHSN Directors and Board members are listed first. Scroll down or click through to the next pages for other members of the Oxford AHSN team. Alternatively, you can refine your search by using the specialties listed below.

Tracey Marriott

Tracey joined the Oxford AHSN in 2013​. She heads Oxford AHSN’s work to identify and implement evidence-based clinical innovation​. She is a transformational change professional with extensive experience (including in the NHS) delivering complex programmes at a regional, national and international level. Tracey leads partnerships across Europe linking with academic and health partners through the European Institute of Innovation […]

Neil Dardis

Neil is Chief Executive of Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust, taking up the post in March 2018. He was previously Chief Executive of Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, a position he held from April 2015. He has an in-depth understanding of acute and teaching hospitals, community and specialist services based on over 20 years’ experience in […]

Alison Gowdy

Alison has over 15 years’ experience in the NHS working in senior acute operational roles. She has extensive experience liaising with clinical teams and commissioners, working across organisations to improve patient pathways and in delivering change management programmes.

James Rose

James has been working in the life science sector for ten years, holding roles in R&D and market access, discovery and development. He has a PhD in Pharmacy from the University of Nottingham in which he investigated barriers to adoption and reimbursement of biologic therapies. James has been leading on several projects to support the […]

Hannah Oatley

Hannah has extensive experience of the NHS acute sector, having worked for many years in both operational and strategic management roles at acute trusts. With a background in biochemistry she has a keen interest in how life sciences research can translate to innovations in clinical care.

Ferdinand Manansala

Ferdinand supports the Clinical Innovation Adoption team. Prior to joining the Oxford AHSN he was the administration manager for the Oxford Early Intervention in Psychosis service. He has also worked for community and mental health teams at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.  

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