The SABRE Study group

The SABRE Study group:

Nish Chaturvedi (University College London) (Principal Investigator)

David Atkinson (University College London)

Norman Beauchamp (University of Washington, Seattle)

Innocent Bvekerwa (University College London)

Emma Coady (University College London)

Rory Collins (University of Oxford)

George Davey-Smith (University of Bristol)

Hakim Moulay-Dehbi (University College London)

Sophie Eastwood (University College London)

Shah Ebrahim (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)

Hannah Elliott (University of Bristol)

Nita Forouhi (Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit, Cambridge)

Tim Frayling (University of Exeter)

Hassina Furreed (University College London)

Wladyslaw Gedroyc (Imperial College London)

Ian Godsland (Imperial College London)

Andrew Hattersley (Peninsula Medical School, University of Exeter)

Alun Hughes (University College London)

Rolf Jäger (UCL Institute of Neurology, The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and University College Hospital)

Siana Jones (University College London)

Daniel Key (University College London)

Azeem Majeed (Imperial College London)

April McGowan (University College London)

Jamil Mayet (Imperial College London)

Rose Mullett (University College London

Chloe Park(University College London)  

Paul McKeigue (University of Edinburgh)

Martin Prince (Kings College London)

Shonit Punwani (University College London)

Caroline Relton(University of Bristol)

Marcus Richards (Medical Research Council,Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing)

Naveed Sattar (University of Glasgow)

Dean Shibata (University of Washington, Seattle)

Lorna Smith (University College London)

Robert Stewart (Kings College London)

Therese Tillin (University College London)

Paul Welsh(University of Glasgow)

Peter Whincup (St George’s, University of London)

Emily Williams (University College London)

Suzanne Williams (University College London)

Andrew Wright (Imperial College London)

Research Staff

Our research staff in the clinic include nurses, physiologists, radiographers, and research assistants. Elena, Suzanne, Siana, Lorna, Innocent and April are pictured below.
Elena ChikunovaSuzanne WilliamsSiana Jones
Lorna SmithInnocent BverkerwaApril McGowan

Principal Investigator

Nish is the Principal investigator and leads the SABRE Study. She is Professor of Clinical Epidemiology based in the Institute of Cardiovascular Science at University College London and, together with Paul McKeigue, was responsible for the Brent part of the baseline studies. Nish has extensively researched and published on ethnic group differences in cardiovascular disease and diabetes.