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Study Team

A list and some details about all the key HAUS study staff and collaborators.

This study is funded by the National Institute for Health Research, UK. It is being led by researchers based at University College London (UCL), London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of Glasgow, and Glasgow Caledonian University. Dr Fiona Burns from UCL is responsible for the study and all the data. Ethical approval has been obtained from UCL Research Ethics Committee (Project ID Number): 3321/001

There are many co-investigators involved, including experts from outside of academia. Bold text below indicates core members of the study team (in terms of day to day management and running of the project):

Jane Anderson is a Consultant Physician at the Centre for the Study of Sexual Health and HIV at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Fiona Burns is a Senior Lecturer at the UCL Centre for Sexual Health and HIV Research and an Honorary Consultant at the Royal Free Hospital. Fiona is the Principal Investigator in charge of the HAUS study.

Jabulani Chwaula is Programme Manager for HIV Prevention England and is based at BHA for Equality.

Catherine Dodds is a Lecturer with Sigma Research at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Alongside Fiona, Catherine is the lead on the qualitative elements of this project.

Ibidun Fakoya is an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow at the UCL Centre for Sexual Health and HIV Research.

Paul Flowers is Chair of Sexual Health Psychology at the Institute for Applied Health Research / Psychology at Glasgow Caledonian University. Paul is a member of the core study team.

Nick Freemantle is a Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the UCL Research Department of Primary Care & Population Health and the PRIMENT Clinical Trials Unit.

Rachael Hunter is a Senior Research Associate at the UCL Research Department of Primary Care & Population Health and the PRIMENT Clinical Trials Unit.

Lisa McDaid is a Programme Leader at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at University of Glasgow.

Esther Mugweni is a Senior Research Associate at the UCL Centre for Sexual Health and HIV Research. Esther is currently on Maternity leave and the Project Manager role for the study is being done by Maureen Seguin (see below).

Caroline Park is a Research Assistant at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at University of Glasgow.

Greta Rait is a Reader at the UCL Research Department of Primary Care & Population Health and the PRIMENT Clinical Trials Unit.

Memory Sachikonye is the Coordinator of the UK Community Advisory Board for HIV (UK-CAB) and is based at iBase.

Maureen Seguin is a Senior Research Associate at the UCL Centre for Sexual Health and HIV Research

Surinder Singh is a Senior Lecturer in General Practice at the UCL Research Department of Primary Care & Population Health.

Sonali Wayal is a Research Associate at the UCL Research Department of Infection and Population Health.

Peter Weatherburn is a Senior Lecturer in Sexual Health and HIV, and Director of Sigma Research at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Ingrid Young is a Research Fellow at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at University of Glasgow

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