Day-to-day running of UCL-TB is achieved through a Delivery Group that meets weekly, and communicates back to the Management Group.
Professor Marc Lipman - Director UCL-TB
Professor of Medicine, UCL and Consultant Physician in Respiratory & HIV Medicine, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Marc is Director of UCL-TB. He trained in Clinical Academic Medicine in Cambridge, London, and as a Harkness Fellow in Baltimore, based at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Aside from heading up a large clinical TB & HIV service, his recent commitments include: UK NICE TB Clinical Guidelines Development & Service Delivery Groups; Public Health England National Respiratory Programme Board and the TB National Knowledge Project; UK MDR TB Expert Advisory Group and the WHO/European Respiratory Society MDR TB Consilium.
Dr Lele Rangaka
Clinical Associate Professor within the UCL Institute of Global Health
Lele is also affiliated to the MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL and is an honorary Associate Professor at the University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa. She is an Infectious Disease Clinical Scientist with >15 years experience, her research areas span HIV/TB epidemiology, randomized assessments of public health technology, digital health innovation and implementation science. She conducts clinical trials of TB prevention focusing on integrating biomedical and non-biomedical strategies across multimorbidities, innovation in adherence monitoring, diagnostics and m-health.
Dr Neil Stoker
Neil once worked full time on TB, stopped completely, and via Fine Arts, web design and Science Communication arrived in a part-time role in the UCL Centre of Clinical Microbiology. There he enjoys being able to support TB clinical trials and UCL-TB, learn new skills, and enjoy the challenge of science and the pleasure of working in a scientific community, without too much responsibility. He has even put on a lab coat and picked up a pipette on occasion, which is a great treat.
Ms Eloise Rose
Eloise is the Administrator for the Centre of Clinical Microbiology.