Professor Michael Scott
He was awarded the Guild of Healthcare Pharmacists gold medal for outstanding contribution to the health service at national level in 2010. In 2014 he received the special achievement award from the Ulster Chemists Association for outstanding contribution to the development of pharmacy in Northern Ireland. In 2016 he was awarded the United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association Lifetime Achievement Award. Most recently in 2019 he received the David Samways Award from the Guild of Healthcare Pharmacists in recognition of outstanding National Contribution to the practice of pharmacy procurement.
Dr. Glenda Fleming
Glenda Fleming studied pharmacy at Queen’s, Belfast and after completing pre-registration training and registering with the PSNI, returned to Queen’s to undertake a PhD. Following a short period of working as research fellow for the Northern Ireland Centre for Postgraduate Pharmaceutical Education and Training (NICPPET) she moved to HSC R&D Office where she worked as a Programme Manager. In this role she contributed to the implementation of the HSC R&D Strategy, developed policies and procedures governing the conduct of R&D; and provided leadership in the co-ordination of pharmaceutical R&D throughout NI. Dr Fleming is currently Deputy Director for the Medicines Optimisation Innovation Centre (MOIC). During her career she has gained over 16 years of experience, on a part-time basis, in community pharmacy and has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Dr. Fiona Dixon
Fiona also has expertise in utilising consensus research methodologies (The Delphi Technique) to identify healthcare priorities.
Fiona also is a talented singer and guitar player.
Dr. Rachel Huey
Rachel is a registered pharmacist and has worked in both community and hospital settings. Rachel’s PhD focused on pharmaceutics and targeted formulation development to treat neurodegenerative disease.
Rachel also has a black belt in martial arts.
Dr. Claire Scullin
Dr. Nicola Goodfellow