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Our Team


Dr Tariq Sadiq

Leeroy

Tariq is the ADREU Director and is a Reader in HIV and Sexual Health Medicine and Honorary Consultant Physician at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. His research interests include development, evaluation and implementation of rapid diagnostic and sequencing technologies for diagnosis, antimicrobial resistance detection, public health and e-health care in both developed and developing world settings as wells as pathogenesis/genomics of sexually transmitted infections.


Dr Emma Harding-Esch

Sally

Emma is the ADREU Programme Manager & Epidemiology Lead at St George’s University of London and honorary HIV/STI Principal Scientist at Public Health England. She has managed and conducted research in several studies involving diagnostic evaluations and infectious disease control both in the UK and in developing countries in the fields of sexually transmitted infections and neglected tropical diseases. Her research interests include infectious disease epidemiology and the public health impact of diagnostics and control interventions. You can find out more about Emma on LinkedIn.


Dr Sebastian S Fuller

Fred

Sebastian is the Social Science Lead for ADREU and Postdoctoral Research Fellow at St George’s University of London. For more than ten years he has worked developing and implementing community-based and clinical research programmes in the UK and internationally. His research interests include increasing access to sexual health, participant engagement in research and new technologies in healthcare. You can find out more about Sebastian on LinkedIn.


Dr Liqing Zhou

Liqing is the GCLP Laboratory Lead for ADREU and Senior Scientist.


Ms Claire Broad

Claire is a Research Coordinator for ADREU at St George’s University of London. She recruits patients to participate in research projects at sexual health clinics throughout London. Her current research interests include the relationship between infectious diseases and the immune system, and the development of point of care testing devices; particularly in sexual health.


Ms Emma Cousins

Emma is Trials Coordinator for ADREU at St George’s University of London. She is responsible for coordinating the diagnostic evaluation studies conducted by ADREU.


Mr Mark Harrison

Mark is a Research Technician for ADREU at St George’s University of London. His research interests include the development of new diagnostic tools, antimicrobial resistance and the determining factors of infection.


Ms Agata Pacho

Agata is a Social Science Research Assistant for ADREU. She conducts qualitative research, principally aimed at understanding clinician and patient perspectives on development and access to novel diagnostics for sexually transmitted infections.


Ms Laura Phillips

Laura is a Research Assistant and Study Coordinator for ADREU. She conducts basic and translational science research to develop novel technologies for detection of sexually transmitted infections and antimicrobial resistance.


Ms Aynur Adjrad

Aynur is the ADREU Trials and Business Coordinator at St George’s University of London. She is responsible for coordination of evaluations of infectious disease diagnostic and anti-microbial resistance (AMR) detection technologies. This involves coordination of clinical research studies, supporting the management of contracts and finances, and development and establishment of new collaborations with academia and industry.


Ms Emma Heming De-Allie

Emma is a Social Science Research Assistant for ADREU at St George’s University of London.


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