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Monday 20 September 2021
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Meet the team

Service Teams

For more detailed information on our individual service team staff that you may meet whilst at the Trust please select the service group below by filtering by the service category, or alternatively, please type in the name of the person you are looking for in the search box.

For further information on the team and the services they provide, please visit our Our Services section.

PortraitName, Job TitleProfessional Profile
 Alexandra Ford (Dr)Consultant
 Alison Pike (Dr)Consultant
Alison RobertsAlison Roberts (Dr)Consultant
 Alistair Cowie (Dr)Consultant
 Amaya Viros Usuandizaga (Dr)Consultant
 Amina Chaouch (Dr)Consultant
 Amit Herwadkar (Dr)Consultant
 Amit Kishore (Dr)Consultant
Amy GabrielidesAmy GabrielidesHealth Care Assisstant Amy's main role is to support the facilitation of clinics; this includes her carrying out patients observations, blood letting and co-ordinating the clinic. Amy is also involved in various diagnositc tests that the team carry out on patients including the organisation of sending specific samples to various parts of the world. She is also involved in supporting the research team with their various projects. A key role of Amy's is to regular review and update the out-patient clinic list.
no picture availableAmy Waugh (Dr) Clinical Psychologist  Amy completed undergraduate degree in Psychology at Bangor University. Following this, she worked as an assistant psychologist in an older adult service in Westminster and then worked as a research assistant at University College London on projects aiming to improve the wellbeing of people with dementia and their carers. Amy completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Liverpool University; during this course she completed two placements in hospital settings gaining experience of working with adults and children with chronic and acute physical health problems. Her Doctoral thesis explored the experiences of women who had been bereaved by neonatal death. Amy joined Salford Royal Clinical Health Psychology team in 2016 and works in the renal psychology service; she predominately uses cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) with her clients.
 Amy Wilson (Dr)Consultant
Ana JovanovicAna Jovanovic (Dr)Consultant in Adult Inherited Metabolic Disorders
 Anant Tambe (Mr.)Consultant
Andrea Hill - Meet the teamAndrea HillData Clerk Andrea has been working in the department for 4 years. Her role is to collect and enter data onto online Registries. She works with 6 Registries for patients with LSD disorders which are Fabry, Pompe and Gaucher disease, MPSII, MPSVI and Niemann-Pick Type C. All patients must give their consent for me to collect their medical histories and current medical data which I then enter onto the Registry. Patients also complete short health questionnaires which are also recorded. These Registries are valuable tools in research, and all information collected will be used to better understand these disorders, and improve the future management and treatment of these rare conditions.
 Andres Henry (Mr.)Consultant
 Andrew Bradley (Dr)Consultant
 Andrew Marshall (Dr)Consultant
Andrew PattisonAndrew Pattison (Dr)Consultant
 Andrzej Goscimski (Mr.)Consultant
 Angela Coumbarides (Dr)Consultant
 Anja Weidmann (Dr)Consultant
Anna PerksAnna Perks (Dr)Consultant
 Anna Richardson (Dr)Consultant
 Anna Walsham (Dr)Consultant
 Anne Cooper (Dr)Consultant