Staff

Mr Thomas Keeley

Mr Thomas Keeley

Research Fellow

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Thomas is a research fellow on the PARTNERS2 project aimed at developing a system of collaborative care for people with severe mental illness.  Within this project his focus is on the development of a core outcome set for use in mental health trials involving people with schizophrenia or bipolar in a community based setting.

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 8590

Email t.j.h.keeley@bham.ac.uk

Miss Kiya Kelleher

Miss Kiya Kelleher

Research Assistant

Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Kiya Kelleher is Research Assistant on the WAVES Study (West Midlands ActiVe lifestyle and healthy Eating in School children study).

Kiya is particularly interested in the effect of food habits and parent feeding styles on the weight status of children.

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 8962

Email k.kelleher@bham.ac.uk

Ms Sara Kenyon

Ms Sara Kenyon

Senior Lecturer

Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Sara Kenyon is a maternity researcher (midwife by background) and national policy maker with a proven track record of successful funding and delivery of clinical trials.

Sara is currently leading two RCT’s in maternity care.

HOLDS- which is a pilot for a larger trial of high versus standard dose oxytocin for delay in labour for nulliparous women ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 9063

Email s.kenyon@bham.ac.uk

Dr Humera (Meena) Khan

Dr Humera (Meena) Khan

Programme Manager

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Meena Khan is the programme manager on the PARTNERS2 project, developing a system of collaborative care for people with severe mental illness, providing management to members of the research team, particularly research fellows, associates and assistants, and closely liaising with the site PIs and MHRN/PCRN leads. She is responsible for the co-ordination the six workstreams across three ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 6947

Email h.s.khan@bham.ac.uk

Elaine Kidney

Research Fellow

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

Elaine Kidney is a research fellow with a strong interest in improving public health. She is currently working on a feasibility study of using electronic software to flag up patients with existing symptoms of colorectal cancer for GPs.

Elaine has expertise in evidence synthesis and dissemination, especially around maternal and infant health

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 3164

Email e.kidney@bham.ac.uk

Mr Jesse Kigoze

Mr Jesse Kigoze

Doctoral Researcher

Health Economics

PhD title: The economics of back pain

Supervisors: Dr Pelham Barton, Prof.Joanna Coast, Dr.Sue Jowett, Dr. Martyn Lewis (University of Keele)

Jesse Kigozi is a Doctoral Researcher in the University of Birmingham, Health Economics Department. Jesse’s research focuses on the economics of back pain. Specifically, he is exploring alternative methods ...

Telephone +44(0)7863731140

Email jxk523@bham.ac.uk

Dr Philip Kinghorn

Dr Philip Kinghorn

Research Fellow

Health Economics

Philip is a Research Fellow in the Health Economics Unit. His research interests relate to the measurement and valuation of outcomes in economic evaluation. In particular, Philip is interested in the use of the capability approach within health economics.

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 7572

Email p.kinghorn@bham.ac.uk

Dr Trudy L. Knight

Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Trudy Knight is based in the Institute of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at the University of Birmingham. She has experience of working in various aspects of toxicology, pharmacology and pharmacy in environments of academia, pharmaceutical industries, and the National Health Service.

Telephone +44(0)121 414 6026

Email t.l.knight@bham.ac.uk

Ms Gemma Knowles

Ms Gemma Knowles

Doctoral Researcher

Public Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics

PhD title: Ethnic variations in childhood obesity and associated lifestyle factors

Supervisors: Dr. Peymane Adab and Dr. Neil Thomas

Gemma is a Doctoral Researcher in the department of Public Health and Epidemiology. Her main research interests are physical activity and health, body composition measurement techniques, and ethnic variations in the correlates of obesity and ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 2530

Email knowlesg@bham.ac.uk

Farina Kokab

Farina Kokab

Doctoral Researcher

Primary Care Clinical Sciences

PhD title: Does social capital support the pursuit of health goals in a Pakistani community?

Supervisors: Dr Paramjit Gill, Dr Lynda Tait

Farina’s research interests include investigating health views, the role of socio-cultural factors on health choices, ageing in relation to diversity and developing dialogues between communities and public services. She is also ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 6759

Email fxk660@bham.ac.uk