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Stephanie Robinson


Clinical Trial Coordinator

I am a Clinical Trial Coordinator in the Oxford Primary Care Clinical Trials Unit where I support the set-up, recruitment, and day-to-day running of clinical trials.  I am currently working on DEFINE which is looking to find out whether using the FeNO (fractional exhaled nitric oxide) test during asthma reviews can help improve care for asthma patients and SuMMiT-D which is investigating the use of a digital system that uses text messages to support people with type 2 diabetes. I joined the CTU in May 2014 and have worked on a variety of trials within the cardiovascular and infectious diseases themes.

Before joining the CTU, I worked at the John Radcliffe Hospital as a research administrator for the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network, working on various studies in dementias and neurodegenerative diseases.

I originally trained and worked in accounting and law in the United States, but had a career change to healthcare research upon moving to the UK in 2009.


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