Dr Meg Rahaim is Senior Lecturer in Digital Arts and Fine Art at De Montfort University. Her art practice uses handmade textiles to engage with scientific complexity. As artist in residence at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics (WCHG) she considers the relationship between "seeing" and "knowing" in the context of genomic research.
Dr Michael Carter was Wellcome Trust Research Training Fellow (University of Oxford) 2014–2017. His research focused on developing novel diagnostic techniques (including transcriptomics) for the aetiology of childhood pneumonia in Nepal. His work was co supervised by Dr Kelly and Knight (below).
Brian Mackenwells is Public Engagement Officer at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics, University of Oxford, having worked closely with Dr Rahaim during her residency period.
Dr Dominic Kelly is Senior Lecturer in Paediatrics and Consultant Paediatrician at University of Oxford. He has collaborated with Patan Academy of Health Sciences for over a decade. He is co-investigator on the Pneumo Nepal project, assessing the impact of vaccines on childhood pneumonia in Nepal (http://pneumonepal.ovg.ox.ac.uk).
Sarah Kelly is Senior Research nurse at University of Oxford and Patan Academy of Health Sciences. She provides day-to-day management of the PneumoNepal Project.
Dr Abhilasha Karkey is Senior Researcher at Oxford University Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU) Nepal. She works closely with Summita Udas, Public Engagement Officer, OUCRU Nepal over a number of projects, with particular focus on Microbiology and Infectious Diseases.
Dr Mary Chambers is Director of Training and Public Engagement at OUCRU Vietnam, and has led Public Engagement projects throughout South and East Asia and the UK.
Prof Julian Knight is Professor of Genomic Medicine at University of Oxford, and was a major collaborator with Dr Rahaim during her residency at WCHG.