Mari Herigstad

     

 

Anja Hayen is a neuroscientist currently working as a senior scientist at p1vital. She completed her D.Phil. with me, Kyle Pattinson and Andrew Farmery at the University of Oxford in 2014. Her research is on neural correlates of breathlessness and the physiological confounds of respiratory challenges. We are working on psychological and physiological correlates of cigarette and e-cigarette smoking.

Shakeeb Moosavi is a senior lecturer in physiology at Oxford Brookes University. His research focuses on novel treatment strategies for clinical breathlessness and air hunger. We are interested in experimental models of breathlessness and in the modulatory role of environmental factors. We are working on psychological and physiological correlates of cigarette and e-cigarette smoking.

Joanna Grogono is a cardiologist and PhD student at Oxford Brookes University interested in breathlessness in chronic heart failure. We are working on extending our understanding of breathlessness into new disease categories to improve clinical management.

Steven Reynolds is a senior postdoctoral researcher at the University of Sheffield working on male fertility using NMR and on high-field MRI. We are working together to develop and improve a system for pre-clinical MRI at 9.4T.

Kyle Pattinson is a senior clinical research fellow at the University of Oxford interested in the neuroscience of asthma and respiratory control. We are working on the processing of breathlessness in disease populations, how this may be modulated and how to improve clinical management with a focus on the patient experience of the symptom.

Ingrid Herigstad is a interactive designer based in Oslo. We are working together to develop a patient/carer- centered system for drug management in cancer patients, with a focus on improving patient experience, control and knowledge. The work is drawing upon the expertise of a wider group of UK and US-based medics as well as advice and informal support from Kreftforeningen (The Norwegian Cancer Society).