• Dr Katie Newby, Coventry University
    Principle Investigator

    Katie Newby is a Research Fellow within the Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research (CTEHR). Katie has research interests in sexually transmitted infections and infectious disease, and expertise in the development and evaluation of health behaviour change interventions.

  • Dr Julia Bailey, University College London
    Co-Investigator

    Julia Bailey is a Speciality Doctor in community sexual health and a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University College London e-Health Unit. Julia has extensive experience of developing online sexual health interventions, and has recently conducted a Cochrane review examining the efficacy of Interactive digital interventions for sexual health promotion.

  • Dr Rik Crutzen, Maastricht University
    Co-Investigator

    Rik Crutzen is an Associate Professor at Maastricht University and a visiting Principal Research Fellow at Coventry University. Rik has extensive experience of developing behaviour change interventions and a particular interest in e-Health.

  • Dr Katherine Brown, Coventry University
    Co-Investigator

    Katherine Brown is a Reader in eHealth & Wellbeing Interventions and  Research Lead for the Behaviour and Interventions Research group (BIR) within the Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research (CTEHR). Her research interests include the application of behavioural change theories, eHealth interventions and interventions to support sexual health and wellbeing.

  • Prof Ala Szczepura, Coventry University
    Co-Investigator

    Ala Szczepura is Professor of Health Technology Assessment and the acting director of the Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research. Her interests include economic evaluation of re-engineered services for long-term conditions, lifestyle interventions, assessment of new/emerging technologies, and digital health

  • Jonny Hunt, Going off the rails
    Co-Investigator

    Jonny Hunt is a Sex Education (SRE) Consultant who works with both professionals and young people around all aspects of sex and relationships. He has over 10 years experience of engaging young people in frank, honest discussions, and encouraging them to ask the questions that they have on their mind. This includes supporting them to create their own campaigns and  behaviour change interventions to address  issues that affect them.

  • Tim Alston, Preventx Ltd
    Co-Investigator

    Tim Alston is the Technical Director at Preventx Ltd which operates freetest.me, an internet based service providing free self-testing to young people for the sexually transmitted infection chlamydia.

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/timalston

  • Dr Tariq Sadiq, St George’s, University of London
    Co-Investigator

    Tariq Sadiq is a Reader in HIV and Sexual Health Medicine and Honorary Consultant Physician at St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. His research interests include polymicrobial interactions in disease syndromes, personalised medicine technologies and pharmacokinetics and genetics of HIV therapies. Tariq is the Principal Investigator on the eSTI2 consortium and also the NIHR funded PRECISE project which amongst other things are developing novel personalised diagnostics for STI’s and Antimicrobial Resistance.

  • Dr Satyajit Das, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust
    Co-Investigator

    Dr Das is Medical Lead Consultant Physician, HIV & GU Medicine at Coventry & Warwickshire Partnership Trust, and Visiting Professor at Coventry University.
    He is the Deputy Speciality Lead (Infectious Disease & Microbiology) for Clinical Research Network, West Midlands.

  • Dr John Saunders, Public Health England
    Co- investigator

    John Saunders is the Clinical Champion for the National Chlamydia Screening Programme, Public Health England. He also serves as an Honorary Consultant in Genitourinary Medicine for the Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust and an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Sexual Health at University College London. His research interests focus on the diagnosis, treatment and control of chlamydia infection and health service delivery.

  • Kayleigh Kwah, Coventry University
    Research Assistant

    Kayleigh Kwah is a Research Assistant within the Behaviour and Interventions Research group at the Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research (CTEHR). Kayleigh is predominantly interested in the design, development, application and evaluation of health behaviour change interventions.

  • Paul Magee, Coventry University
    Project Partner

    Paul Magee is a Senior Product Designer within the Innovation, Design and Technology Unit (IDTU) at the Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research (CTEHR).

  • Nikki Holliday, Coventry University
    Project Partner

    Nikki Holliday is a Senior Research Assistant within the Innovation, Design and Technology Unit (IDTU) at the Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research (CTEHR).Nikki specialises in informing assistive technology product and service design through user-centred techniques and is inspired by the use of creative data collection methods to fully involve people in the design and development of technology and services.

  • Aimee Walker-Clarke, Coventry University
    Project Partner

    Aimee Walker-Clarke is a Research Assistant within the Innovation, Design and Technology Unit (IDTU) at the Centre for Technology Enabled Health Research (CTEHR).