Clients and Projects

Mode Diagnostics - Meassure Bowel Health: Responsible for digital marketing and online sales of their new digital home test to detect bowel bleeding.

Aridhia Informatics: Survey and analysis of clinical related ontologies and data sets. Completed a range of activities relating to the development of biomedical informatics solutions for chronic disease management.

Dr Cathy Kelly, Medical Director: "Elizabeth is a hard working, reliable professional who approaches her work with positivity and enthusiasm. She integrated well into different mulitprofessional teams and worked collaboratively with clinicians, data scientists and software engineers."

Theia Bioscience: Review their curation platform and assist on process development and quality improvement (School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh)

Stuart Moodie, CTO and founding Director: "Elizabeth is great to work with. She is diligent, conscientious and goes that extra mile to make sure that the job is done well."

Minervation: Critical appraisal and interpreting evidence on specific health care topics. 

Douglas Badenoch, Director and Founder: "Elizabeth's work for us was of the highest standard. She was able to grasp the brief very quickly and exceeded expectations in terms of quality and rigour. Highly recommended"

BlueVector: An Associate for the Edinburgh-based life sciences management consultancy, which serves the medical device, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.    

Cheryl Lockett, Managing Director highlighted the following qualities: "Personable, Good Value, High Integrity."

The Digital Curation Centre (DCC), Edinburgh: Understanding and documentation of the digital curation research process of the SCARP biology case studies.

Dr Angus Whyte, Rearch Officer. "Elizabeth helped to fill a gap in our knowledge of biomedical curation, drafting a report that benefited greatly from her hybrid skills in life sciences and computing, her experience of the domain concerned, and her ability to respond flexibly to a demanding brief in a short timescale."

Department of Public Health, University of Aberdeen: Review of early referral strategies for patient with markers of renal disease.

Dr Corrinda Black, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Public Health; Consultant in Public Health (NHS Grampian). "Elizabeth rose to the challenge of a new area of kidney disease epidemiology and care. Using her scientific background, she grasped the key issues in this complex field quickly and provided high quality systematic reviewer skills." 

ITI Life Sciences: Market research of a text mining (TXM) system, competitive analysis and system demonstrations to potential licensees.

Alastair Chisholm, Developer. "Elizabeth is a biomedical scientist who is able to bridge the gap between the biomedical and computing worlds. She provided the practical and objective domain knowledge, both of the biomedical content and the act of curation, and was able to translate this into software requirements - a critical requirement for developing automated or assisted curation processes."

Textensor: Market research on the interactive web-based information management system, A.nnotate.

Robert Cannon, Owner. "Elizabeth helped us with market research, interacting with customers and developing case studies. She was great with the customers, very professional and generated excellent results."

Scottish Intercollegiate Guideline Network (SIGN): Critical appraisal and interpreting evidence on a national clinical guideline and assessment of scientific literature for future guidelines as a systematic reviewer.