The MindTech team has a range of clinical and technical expertise, an active Involvement Team and a wider network of service users and representatives from patient organisations.

Chris Hollis is the Director MindTech and Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Nottingham and Consultant in Developmental Neuropsychiatry with Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust.

Jen is our Programme Manager and oversees all of our activities and projects. Jen works closely with our Director, Chris, to develop the overall MindTech strategy and ensure that we are responding to changes in the digital technology landscape.  

 

Michael Craven, PhD, is Senior Research Fellow in MindTech. He has spent 30 years in research and teaching in the areas of healthcare technology assessment, electronic engineering and computer science.

Aislinn is a Research Fellow at MindTech, primarily working on the gameChange project. Her focus is on implementation within the NHS and the health economics of a VR intervention for psychosis.

Bethan is one of our Research Fellows, and has a background in health psychology. She works in projects relating to evaluating digital technologies for children and young people’s mental health.

Alex is a Human Factors Research Fellow working in the MindTech research group. She has 10 years of expertise in designing, implementing and evaluating medical technologies and healthcare systems.

Sue is a Research Fellow with a dual role in MindTech, working both as a researcher in the area of implementation of new technologies, and as lead for Patient and Public Involvement (PPI).

Debbie is our Involvement Team leader and joined MindTech as one our volunteers in December 2015, bringing almost 20 years’ experience as a research volunteer.

Jenny is Project Manager for MindTech and is responsible for the day-to-day management of MindTech projects and finance.

Angela is our Research Admin Manager and has day to day responsibility for facilitating the MindTech research team.

Richard is Professor of Psychiatry and Community Mental Health at the University of Nottingham and leads our Adult Mental Health and Mood Disorder theme. 

Dr Elvira Perez Vallejos is an Associate Professor of Digital Technology for Mental Health and Digital Technologies at Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre (Mental Health and Technology theme).

Cris Glazebrook is Professor of Health Psychology at the University of Nottingham, and MindTech's Children and Young People Theme lead.

Elizabeth Murray is a GP, Professor of eHealth and Primary Care, Co-Director of the eHealth Unit and Head of the Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health at University College London, UK.

John Crowe is Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Nottingham.

David Daley is Professor of Psychological Intervention and Behaviour Change at the University of Nottingham.