Research Output per year
My PhD thesis was titled 'The clinical and psychosocial status of young adults receiving renal replacement therapy in the United Kingdom' and involved evidence synthesis, survival analysis in a registry dataset, survey analysis with general population comparator data and regression analysis to explore associations with key outcomes.
I was the Chief Investigator for the SPEAK study (Surveying People Experiencing young Adult Kidney failure). This was a national survey-based study which established psychosocial health outcomes for young people on dialysis or with a kidney transplant, and closed to recruitment in 2017.
I am currently researching interventions to improve outcomes for young adults with kidney disease. In addition, I am investigating risk factors for declining kidney transplant function among young people in the UK using UK Renal Registry and NHSBT data.
My prior research interests include the genetics of Fanconi syndrome, monogenic diabetes, the genetics of atypical haemolytic uraemic syndrome, and accidental mushroom poisoning causing renal failure.
Renal Registrar, North Bristol NHS Trust2 May 2018 → 31 Oct 2018
Kidney disease and mental health: Statement of intent from Centre for Mental Health and Kidney Research UKBanks, J., Bell, A., Chilcot, J., Currie, S., Farrington, K., Green, S., Greenwood, S., Hamilton, A. J. & Loughton, H., 22 May 2020, Kidney Research UK.
Research output: Other contribution
Research output: Contribution to journal › Comment/debate (Academic Journal)
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal)