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James Amor's Web Page Dr. James Amor, University of Warwick (Previously with Southampton)

Dr Amor graduated from the University of Southampton in 2007 with an MEng in Computer Science. He went on to do a PhD as part of the PAM project focusing on the identification of human behaviour patterns from long-term health and wellness monitoring systems. In 2012 he moved to the University of Warwick to take up a post-doctoral position working on the USEFIL project, specifically on wearable devices for assisted living. His research interests include complex data analysis, behaviour monitoring for health and wellness, and the use of technology in healthcare.
Jesse Blum's Web Page Dr. Jesse Blum, University of Nottingham (Previously with Stirling)

Dr Blum is a research fellow at the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, University of Nottingham. Previously he studied software systems engineering and computing science at the University of Stirling where he obtained his BSc in 2007 and a PhD in 2013 having completed his PhD research within the PAM project. Jesse's research tends to combine software systems and social computing.
Sayed Mohiuddin's Web Page Dr. Sayed Mohiuddin, University of Manchester (Previously with Southampton)

Dr Mohiuddin is currently working on the mOMEnt (management of Otitis Media with Effusion in childreN with clefT palate) study, which includes trials of the prophylactic use of ventilation tubes (grommets) for middle ear disease for children with cleft palate. He is developing an economic model and a value of information analysis to provide information on the feasibility of such trials. Sayed previously worked for University of Warwick as a Research Fellow in Health Technology Assessments and for University of Wolverhampton as an Operational Research Lecturer. He obtained his PhD as part of the PAM project in Healthcare Modelling from the University of Southampton in 2011.
Pawel Prociow's web page Dr Pawel Prociow, University of London (Previously with Nottingham)

In 2011 Dr Prociow received his PhD degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Nottingham as part of the PAM project. He also has a Master's degree in Control Engineering and Robotics awarded in 2007 by the Wroclaw University of Technology.


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