The CSO Fellowship launched in 2016, and four Fellows were appointed – Michelle Martin, Charlotte Kemp, Kathryn Harris and Sandra Chinyere.
You can read more about the Fellows below.
Pathology Quality and Governance Manager and Lead for Scientific training - Barking, Havering and Redbridge University NHS Hospitals Trust
Michelle Martin is the Pathology Quality and Governance Manager and Lead for Scientific training at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University NHS Hospitals Trust. Managing pre HCPC registration scientist and specialising registered scientists. She is also involved in the Scientific Training Program and Higher Specialist Scientific Training programs...
Principal Clinical Scientist - Microbiology, Great Ormond Street Hospital
I joined the Microbiology department at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) as a post-doctoral scientist in 1999, becoming an HPC registered Clinical Scientist in 2003. Originally appointed to translate research into routine practice, I continued to lead a program of on-going innovation and improvement that resulted in a clinical microbiology laboratory that provides the largest range of molecular tests in the UK...
Consultant Clinical Scientist - Medical Physics, James Cook University Hospital
I am a Consultant Clinical Scientist, Head of the Clinical Measurement Section of the Medical Physics Department at the James Cook University Hospital (JCUH), Middlesbrough. My section is responsible for delivering and developing safe and effective specialist services (e.g. sleep, critical care, intraoperative monitoring) in line with clinical need and the strategic requirements of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. In addition to routine clinical work, I carry out clinically driven research and innovation projects with the aim of improving patient care...
Clinical Service Manager - Clinical Neurophysiology, Ashford and St Peter’s NHS FT
My career as a *healthcare scientist in Clinical Neurophysiology started with the strong foundation of a 4-year training programme at Royal Stoke University Hospital. After my training, I moved to King’s College Hospital (one of the largest Clinical Neurophysiology departments in the UK) where I received further specialist training, rising through the ranks to become deputy for one of the specialist tests during my time there. I have been in my current role as a Clinical Service Manager in Clinical Neurophysiology at Ashford and St Peter’s NHS FT since January 2015...