Professor Elizabeth Murray is Professor of e-Health and Primary Care at UCL. She established the UCL e-Health Unit in 2003 with a focus on the use of new technologies, such as the Internet, mobile phones and telemedicine, to improve health and health care. The Unit has grown rapidly and has an international reputation for high quality, innovative research.
Dr Jessica Sheringham has research interests in questions that have an impact on reducing inequalities in healthcare and access to appropriate healthcare. Her research spans respiratory disease sexual health and cancer, using both qualitative and quantitative research methods. She is also an honorary consultant in public health at Barking & Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge Clinical Commissioning Groups.
Dr Michelle Eskinazi works as a research assistant for Camden and Islington NHS trust and the UCL Department of Psychiatry, where she is also currently a part-time master’s student on the MSC in Mental Health Sciences Research. Her research interests include digital psychiatry, social and cultural determinants of mental health and perinatal psychiatry. She is due to start core psychiatry training in August 2017 while continuing to pursue her research interests at UCL and completing her MSC.