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Sallie Lamb is a health researcher, based at the University of Oxford, with an established programme of internationally recognised research in arthritis and skeletal problems and a longstanding commitment to high-quality clinical trials to improve patient outcomes and efficiency of health services.
She's a chartered physiotherapist and has worked in research and clinical practice in the NHS over many years.
Sallie has worked extensively with health research funders, particularly in the public (governmental) sector. She was previously chair of the National Institute of Health Research Health Technology Assessment funding board and has had a variety of roles around the allocation, award, distribution, governance and monitoring of medical research funds.