Dr Katia PrimeDr Katia Prime is a consultant in Sexual Health & HIV and training programme director for Genitourinary Medicine at St George's & Queen Mary's hospitals. Her special interests are in young people's sexual health and transitioning of HIV +ve adolescents between paediatric & adult services.
Dr Mark Pakianathan
Dr Mark Pakianathan is a consultant physician in Sexual Health & HIV Medicine & at St Georges Hospital (Care Group Lead in London) and Mayday University Hospital, Croydon. He also lead clinician for the South West London HIV & GUM Clinical services network (SWAGNET)
Ms Wendy Majewska
Wendy Majewska is Senior Health Adviser and Clinical Services Manager at the Courtyard Clinic at St George's Healthcare NHS Trust. Wendy has
worked in sexual health for over 20 years with a special in ethical issues, HIV and partner notification for all STI's.
Dr Aodhan Breathnach
Dr Sue Mann
Sue Mann is a Consultant in Sexual Health at Kings College Hospital with a lead role in development of sexual health research. She is also Clinical Research Associate at University College London.
Dr Paula Barraister
Paula Baraitser is a Consultant in Sexual Health at Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Medical Advisor for the English National Chlamydia Screening Programme. After many years clinical experience in sexual health services she completed her MD in 2004 which focused on
Dr Jim Wade
Prof Rosanna Peeling
Currently Professor & Chair of Diagnostics Research, Rosanna is a trained microbiologist and has previously worked for WHO and the Canadian National Laboratory for STDs.
Dr Carole Foy
Principal Scientist for molecular biology at LGC. Over 20 years experience in development/ application of genomic tools, gained in clinical, academic and commercial backgrounds.
Prof Jackie Cassell
Professor Cassell's research interests in sexually transmitted infections and HIV are closely linked to her training as a venereologist and epidemiologist. This ongoing work funded by MRC, NIHR and HTA, focuses on issues in disease control, particularly partner notification or contact tracing, and the impact of delay on transmission.
Dr Keith Radcliffe
Consultant in HIV/GU medicine University Hospital Birmingham since 1991. President of BASHH since 2010. Chair BASHH Clinical Effectiveness Group. IUSTI Regional Director for Europe.