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Faculty Staff Recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours 2016

Posted on 13/06/2016

A number of staff from the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine and King’s Health Partners have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours this year.

Professor Jane Sandall, Professor of Social Science and Women's Health in the Division of Women's Health, received an CBE for services to midwifery and women's health. She has a clinical background in nursing, health visiting and midwifery. In the NIHR King's Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre, Professor Sandall has lead research into innovations in service quality and health technologies. She is also one of the academic leads for the King’s Centre for Implementation Science, and leads capacity building in NIHR CLAHRC South London.

Dr Ingrid Wolfe, Clinical Senior Lecturer at the Division of Health & Social Care Research and consultant in children's public health medicine at Evelina London Children's Hospital, received an OBE for services to child health and care.  As Director of the Evelina London Child Health Partnership, (Children and Young People's Health Partnership, across Lambeth and Southwark), she leads the development and evaluation of a new model of children’s everyday healthcare in South London. Dr Wolfe chairs the British Association for Child and Adolescent Public Health, working with the Faculty of Public Health and Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health on advocacy and policy. 

Dr Miranda Lomer, Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Diabetes & Nutritional Sciences Division, was awarded an MBE for services to dietetics and gastroenterology. Dr Lomer is a Senior Consultant Dietitian in Gastroenterology at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. She is a leader in the dietary management of functional bowel disorders and inflammatory bowel disease and has published British Dietetic Association guidelines for these conditions. Dr Lomer leads an educational course for dietitians on the low FODMAP diet and has trained over 800 dietitians in this successful dietary treatment for irritable bowel syndrome.

You can read about staff across the enitre university recognised in the honours list here.

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