We’re lucky to be able to call upon the skills of a wide range of great people who’re invested in finding out more about hEDS and HSD.
Gemma is the lead for the hEDS together website, involved in all of the featured research projects and has hEDS/HSD herself.
Sally has a passion for driving and leading excellence in maternity services. She also relishes the challenge of turning visions into impactful practice.
If not sailing along the Thames, Paul can be found looking upwards at great architecture or gazing out of the studio window. With coffee.
Emma spearheaded the RCGP #EDSToolkit project. She is passionate about improving all aspects of the patient experience in hEDS/HSD through research and policy work.
Sabeeha is a PhD student and researcher at the University of Warwick, and also interned at hEDStogether. Her research focuses on the role of cell adhesion and cell biomechanics in EDS.
Ben is a graphic designer based in Manchester who runs his own independent design studio specialising in branding and visual identity. He enjoys football and birdwatching in his spare time.
Lauren works as a Research Assistant at Coventry University. She previously completed an MSc in Health Psychology, which included hEDS/HSD related research.
BHF PhD nurse fellow
Helen is a British Heart Foundation PhD nursing fellow and is currently involved in developing a supported self-management programme for people with POTS.
Associate Clinical Professor
Gordon worked as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist in Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation before completing a PhD and embarking on a clinical academic career specialising in exercise rehabilitation interventions.
Darius is a biophysicist at the University of Warwick. His research interests lie in better understanding the effects of mechanical forces on cell surface biology.
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