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Urology Administration Department, Churchill Hospital, Old Rd, Headington, Oxford

Katherine Gordon Quayle

Research Nurse

I work as part of the Surgical Research Team (SRT). We facilitate surgical trials throughout the Division and the Trust by acting as the link between researchers and patients. In particular, I work with the Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary (HPB) surgery team, currently being involved with seven projects within that field. These cover a broad spectrum of research from a novel interventional trial for pancreatic cancer patients to a national database for a rare liver condition. I am responsible for these projects from the initial idea for a project, through the set up and planning, recruiting patients and following them up right through until the close of the trial and the collation of data.

Read more (on the 'Celebrating women of NDS' web pages)