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Cambridge Cardiovascular IRC Steering Group consists of representatives of five out of six Schools of the University of Cambridge.

The full Steering group meets annually with members asked to give guidance and lead activities throughout the year. A subset of the Steering group called 'Strategy group' meets as needed to discuss any urgent matters.

Please follow the links below to read more about the Steering group members and their research interests.

Name Affiliation School
Prof Martin Bennett (Lead) Medicine Clinical Medicine
Prof Carola Bibiane Schönlieb

Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Mathematics
Prof Ruth Cameron Materials Science & Metallurgy Physical Sciences
Prof John Clarkson Engineering Technology
Prof John Danesh Public Health & Primary Care Clinical Medicine
Prof Christi Deaton Public Health & Primary Care Clinical Medicine
Prof Dino Giussani Physiology, Development & Neuroscience Biological Sciences
Prof Patrick Maxwell School of Clinical Medicine, Head Clinical Medicine
Prof Jonathan Mant Public Health & Primary Care Clinical Medicine
Prof Geoff Moggridge Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology Technology
Prof Nick Morrell Medicine Clinical Medicne
Dr Andrew Murray Physiology, Development & Neuroscience Biological Science
Prof Ben Simons Physics Physical Sciences
Prof Chris Smith Biochemistry Biological Sciences
Prof Nicole Soranzo Medicine / Wellcome Sanger Clinical Medicine
Prof Michael Sutcliffe Engineering Technology
Prof Mihaela van der Schaar Mathematics, AI in Medicine Mathematics
Gordana Najdanovic Research Office Research
Dr Tammy Dougan (coordinator) Research Manager, Medicine Clinical Medicine

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