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Graham Hunt

Graham Hunt - Head of Research IT Applications and Services

g.hunt@ucl.ac.uk

I've been an IT professional for over 30 years with experience across a variety of sectors, including 19 years within Pharmaceutical R&D leading service delivery for applications used by over 10,000 scientists globally. I joined UCL in 2011 as Head of Research IT Applications.

Mr Graham Hunt

Mr Graham Hunt

Address

The Podium Building - 1st floor
Gower Street
London
WC1E 6BT

Appointments

  • Head of Research IT Applications ( Service Owner )
    RITS Applications
    ISD Research IT Services

Joined UCL

2011-09-26

Research Themes

Award year Qualification Institution
2015 NVQ
National Vocational Qualification
Counselling
1984 HND
Higher National Diploma
Computer Studies
Mid Kent College of Higher & Further Education

Graham has worked in the IT profession since 1981.  Having gained experience in the defence, publishing and financial services sectors Graham then worked for 19 years in support of pharmaceutical R&D for Pfizer Ltd at its laboratories in Sandwich Kent in a variety of IT roles including Database Administrator, Project/Programme Management, Technical Team Leadership and Service Delivery Management responsible for provision of IT support for over 150 applications used by 12,000 scientists worldwide.  Graham worked directly in assisting many drug project teams including Viagra, Maraviroc, Champix and Voriconazole.

Graham was instrumental in the creation, definition and evangelism of the Application Service Delivery Management model throughout Pfizer and led the transition programme for moving the support of key applications to an outsourced provider model.  Graham was also a member of the “Blue Sky” Strategy Team who, between 2004 and 2008, created a radical and far reaching vision for future healthcare provision.  As a result of this work Graham was invited to present these concepts to a working party of the OECD considering new research models for healthcare innovation in November 2006 and subsequently invited to present at Innogen courses and conferences and at BITS Foundation meetings on this topic.

After a period working as a Senior Consultant in a small consulting firm in both the Pharmaceutical and Oil & Gas sectors Graham accepted the position of Head of Research IT Applications and Support at UCL in September 2011.