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SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME


Main tasks

The Data Monitoring Committee will be responsible for the development of strict procedures for the monitoring of study findings and the detection of adverse events through the activities of WP 05 Study monitoring and Ethics and WP 11 Data Management and Dissemination. Whenever appropriate, it will consult the consortium and make recommendations as to improve their performance.

Chair

 

Prof. Richard Cooke

Current position:

Professor of Neonatology, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
Professor of neonatal medicine at the Liverpool Women's Hospital
Former President of the British Association of Perinatal Medicine and the Neonatal Society
Former Vice-President of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Research focus:

Neonatal neuro-imaging, long-term follow-up studies of preterm infants, neonatal biochemistry and genetics

Members

Prof. Henry L Halliday

Current position:

Retired consultant Neonatologist
Honorary Professor of Child Health, University of Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK

Research focus:

Neonatal respiratory disorders, randomised clinical trials, systematic reviews, social deprivation in pregnancy, respiratory distress syndrome, neonatal chronic lung disease

Research Studies:

MOMENTS study. R&D Office.2003-2006
TOBY study. MRC.2003-2007
BOOST 2 study. MRC.2006-2009

 

Dr. Mark Turner

Current position:

Senior Lecturer in Neonatology
Department  Reproductive and Developmental Medicine at the University of Liverpool, UK
School of Reproductive & Developmental Medicine, Liverpool Woman's Hospital, Liverpool, UK
Clinical Academic / Consultant Neonatologist. BSc (St. Andrews); MBChB, PhD (Manchester); CCST in Paediatrics/ Neonatalmedicine (Clinical training, Liverpool / Manchester)

Research focus:

Clinical drug development in neonates, High quality medicines for children, Women's Health (neonatal follow-up)

Statistician

 

Mr. Ed Juszczak

Current position:

Head of Trials at the National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU) Clinical Trials Unit , University of Oxford.

Research focus:

Design, conduct, analysis and reporting of RCTs, with a particular interest in multi-arm trials and the use of statistics in the areas of mental health, neonatology, paediatrics and surgery

The Data Monitoring Committee (DMC)