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Laura Wyatt

Clinical Trial Manager, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Teaching Summary

Course tutor on the Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit "Fundamentals of Clinical Trials" course. More about the course can be found at:… read more

Research Summary

Clinical Trial Manager for the STADIA (STAdardised DIagnostic Assessment for children and young people with emotional difficulties) trial… read more

Recent Publications

Course tutor on the Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit "Fundamentals of Clinical Trials" course. More about the course can be found at: https://www.nctu.ac.uk/short-courses/fundamentals-of-clinical-trials.aspx

Current Research

Clinical Trial Manager for the STADIA (STAdardised DIagnostic Assessment for children and young people with emotional difficulties) trial https://www.institutemh.org.uk/research/projects-and-studies/current-studies/stadia and for the BEEP (Barrier Enhancement for Eczema Prevention) study https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/research/groups/cebd/projects/1eczema/beep-maintrial.aspx

Past Research

Research Fellow within the Centre for Sport, Exercise and Osteoarthritis Versus Arthritis. Study Manager and Principal Investigator (Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) for the multi-centre Significant Ankle Ligament Injury (SALI) Cohort study. The SALI study is a longitudinal prospective cohort study that aims to determine risk factors for incomplete recovery following a significant ankle ligament injury and for the development of ankle osteoarthritis.3000 ankle injury patients were recruited from Emergency Department sites across the UK. http://www.sportsarthritisresearchuk.org/research-projects/project-list/sali.aspx

PhD student and Research Associate in the Arthritis Research UK Pain Centre, Nottingham. My thesis examined structural associations of pain in the osteoarthritic human knee joint. It describes a key role for synovial inflammation in mediating an association with symptomatic osteoarthritis.

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University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

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