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Rachel Craik

Rachel Craik

Rachel Craik

BSc (Hons)

Project Manager for Collaborative Global Ultrasound Studies

Since graduating with a degree in Biology from the University of York, I have spent most of my career working in global health including working on the MalariaGEN project and coordinating the INTERBIO-21st study.

My current role at NDWRH is to manage the portfolio of global ultrasound studies being run in the department. This includes setting up the studies, working with clinicians, engineers and site staff across a number of countries to implement the projects and supporting the Oxford team.

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