Daniel is a postdoctoral researcher, and holds a School For Primary Care Research (SPCR) launching fellowship. He is a member of the Ageing and Geroscience theme, and my research interests are frailty and multiple long-term conditions, end of life and palliative care, and health inequalities.
He began his career working in Newcastle’s Translational and Clinical Research Institute researching novel technological devices to objectively measure physical activity and social interaction in people with late life depression. During this period he also collaborated with colleagues in Open Lab and the Newcastle Magnetic Resonance Centre. In 2022 he took a research post at Queen Mary University London working alongside Dr Sarah FinerDr Sarah Finer.
Recently, he has been awarded funding by the NIHR as part of the Infrastructure Short Placement Award for Research Collaboration (SPARC), and will be attending the Transdisciplinary Understanding and Training on Research in Primary Health Care (TUTOR-PHC) program in 2020.
Daniel has an interest in involving patients and public effectively in research and is a member of the PPIE group within the project.