Dr Sofia Llahana spent a year with us as a CLAHRC HEE NCEL Fellow. Sofia is a Consultant nurse in Endocrinology at UCLH and her research focused on developing an eHealth intervention to help pituitary patients to mange their condition and care.
Dr Llahana RGN; BSc(Hons); MSc; DNSc obtained her BSc(Hons) Nursing from Athens University, and her MSc in Advanced Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Science from the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland. She has worked as staff nurse and ward manager in Greece, as a clinical Nurse Specialist in Diabetes and Endocrinology and is currently a consultant nurse in endocrinology at University College Hospital. She has also worked as a Research Nurse and Senior Teaching Fellow at Warwick Medical School, where she still maintains an honorary contract. Sofia is Chair of the European Society for Endocrinology (ESE) Nurse Working Group.
Dr Natalia Lewis is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Primary Care and Public Health, QMUL. She was trained as a physician and completed her PhD at the North-Western State Medical University, Russian Federation, investigating prevalence and associations of domestic violence and abuse among women patients attending Russian general practice. Her post-doc projects included longitudinal analysis of HPA axis functioning in abused women (CEASE study), evaluation of a training intervention for general practice on domestic violence and child safeguarding (RESPONDS study) and review of grey literature on interventions for children exposed to domestic violence and abuse (IMPROVE study). She is a member of the IRIS/ CLAHRC research team working on post-implementation evaluation of IRIS intervention in five northeast London boroughs (http://www.clahrc-norththames.nihr.ac.uk/iris/).