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SINAPPS stands for Study of Immunology in Antibody Positive Psychosis. We are a research group formed of collaborating Universities in the UK, investigating the role of autoimmune antibodies as a cause of psychosis.

Photo of five researchers working in the trial.
Meet the Research Team (clockwise from top left Isobel Harrison, Louise Wright, Iona Cairns, Ksenija Yeeles and Belinda Lennox

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SINAPPS2 TRIAL MANAGEMENT GROUP

 Find out more about our group members by clicking on their names.

Professor Alasdair Coles Chief Investigator and Principal Investigator, University of Cambridge

Professor Belinda Lennox Principal investigator, University of Oxford

Professor Peter Jones, Co-investigator, University of Cambridge

Professor Eileen Joyce, Co-investigator, University College London

Dr Michael Zandi , Principal Investigator, UCL Hospitals NHS Trust, London

Professor Ly-Mee Yu, Lead Trial Statistician, University of Oxford

Dr Thomas Kabir, Head of Public Involvement, McPin Foundation, London

Dr Ksenija Yeeles, Project Manager, University of Oxford

Mr Francis Dowling, Senior Trial Coordinator, Cambridge Clinical Trial Unit

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SINAPPS2 Trial PRINCIPAL Investigators

  

Dr Timothy HarrowerRoyal Devon & Exeter Wonford Hospital, Exeter 

Dr Akram Hosseini, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham

Dr Ester Coutinho, King's College Hospital, London

Dr Nazar Sharaf, Salford Royal Hospital, Salford

Dr Priya ShanmugarajahRoyal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield

Dr Saif Huda, The Walton Centre, Liverpool 

 

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SINAPPS Researchers

 

Iona Cairns, Senior Research Assistant, South West and Midlands areas

Isobel Harrison, Research Fellow/Senior Research Nurse, London, Thames Valley, East of England and South East areas

Louise Wright, Research Coordinator, North of England areas.