Sharon Hutchinson is a Professor of Epidemiology and Population Health at Glasgow Caledonian University and holds an honorary appointment at Health Protection Scotland. She has over 20 years experience in conducting epidemiological research (involving population-based surveys, novel record-linkage studies, and statistical/economic models) to inform on the design and impact of public health interventions. She leads a broad translational research programme on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of hepatitis C and other blood-borne viruses.
Professor Hutchinson is involved with work strand 7: Development of prediction models.
Hamish Innes is a Research Fellow at Glasgow Caledonian University. His interests are in developing clinical prediction models to identify patients at high risk of liver disease complications.
Dr Innes is involved with with work strand 7: Development of prediction models.