BSc Hons, RCN
Senior Research Nurse
- Vice-Chair and expert member of the Oxford Research Ethics Committee (REC) A.
Reporting to Professor Peter Sullivan, I am the research nurse for the Dolphin studies.
I am responsible for all research governance matters relating to the four trials which currently form the Dolphin Study, and their day to day management. I lead on the preparation, maintenance and review of study documentation and databases, and all reporting obligations to the Study's Sponsors and Funders. I undertake the recruitment and consenting of study participants, and lead on the neurodevelopmental assessments which are used to determine the neurodevelopmental outcomes of the study cohorts.
I am the Vice-chair and an expert member of the Oxford Research Ethics Committee (REC) A.
Neurodevelopmental outcome of nutritional intervention in newborn infants at risk of neurodevelopmental impairment: the Dolphin neonatal double-blind randomized controlled trial.
Andrew MJ. et al, (2018), Dev Med Child Neurol, 60, 897 - 905
Nutritional intervention and neurodevelopmental outcome in infants with suspected cerebral palsy: the Dolphin infant double-blind randomized controlled trial.
Andrew MJ. et al, (2018), Dev Med Child Neurol, 60, 906 - 913
Dorsal stream deficits following perinatal brain injury: reduced global motion sensitivity correlated with specific components of visual attention in the ecab (early child attention battery)
Atkinson J. et al, (2016), PERCEPTION, 45, 84 - 84
Optimising nutrition to improve growth and reduce neurodisabilities in neonates at risk of neurological impairment, and children with suspected or confirmed cerebral palsy.
Andrew MJ. et al, (2015), BMC Pediatr, 15