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Catherine Stables, Phd
Catherine Stables, Phd
Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Centre for Cardiovascular Science, University of Edinburgh

Catherine is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Centre for Cardiovascular Science at the University of Edinburgh. She works within a team of clinical cardiologists to deliver various projects involving digital healthcare innovation, data science, clinical decision support tools and machine learning.

Michael Barry
Michael Barry
Emergency Medicine Doctor | Clinician Software Developer - NHS Lothian

I am a medical doctor working in A&E in NHS Lothian; a clinician software developer; and 2017-2018 Clinical Saltire Fellow at the Digital Health & Care Institute. I graduated from King’s College London in 2010 with a 1st class Intercalated BSc in Anatomy & Human Sciences; and from the University of Edinburgh Medical School in 2013 with merits in General Medicine and Student Research. I completed Foundation Training at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London.

While working as a junior doctor on the Robotic Urology team at Guy’s Hospital, I realised I would rather be the one who designed the robot than the Consultant operating it, so went on to complete a 5-month software development course at Maker’s Academy (London) while working A&E shifts at the weekends. I strongly believe that clinicians (and indeed the wider population) need to be technically literate - whether that is programming apps, understanding clinical data modelling or designing frictionless user experiences - to fully realise the benefits of digital health.

Kathrin Cresswell
Kathrin Cresswell
Director of Innovation - Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics

Kathrin Cresswell is a health psychologist and experienced mixed-methods researcher who has worked in the field of medical informatics for over a decade. During her career, she has collaborated with international leaders on a number of large projects and consulted for the World Health Organization. She is currently holding a prestigious Fellowship from the Scottish Government to help investigate future strategic directions in health information technology.

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