Shaun Treweek and colleagues

Shaun Treweek
Shaun is Professor of health services research in the Health Services Research Unit at the University of Aberdeen, UK. He is interested in how we can make clinical trials more efficient and leads the Trial Forge initiative, which aims to do the same, as well as being an Editor-in-Chief for Trials.

Adepeju Oshisanya
Peju is an advocate for diversity and inclusion in data generation in clinical research and is passionate about raising awareness about the importance of including a more diverse population in research and the potential benefits of Artificial Intelligence in enabling this.

She is an innovative operational strategy expert with over 20 years wide-ranging pharmaceutical industry experience relating to strategic programme leadership, planning and management of clinical trials with responsibility for global clinical programmes.

Maisie McKenzie
Maisie is a carer with an interest in Public Involvement and Patient Engagement in particular how information is used particularly from a service user, patient, carer and family member perspective in order to improve services,service delivery support service transformation and tackle health inequalities.

Miles Witham
Miles Witham is Professor of Trials for Older People at Newcastle University, and is national specialty lead for Ageing in the NIHR Clinical Research Network. His research aims to improve physical function and quality of life for older people, and he has a particular interest in improving trial design for older people and improving inclusion of older people in clinical research.