UK Staff and Volunteers

 

Dr Alison Earley (MBBS FRCP FRCPCH DTM&H)

MCAI Trainer in advanced neonatal care

 

Alison Earley qualified at the Royal Free Hospital, and did her training as a paediatrician in London.  She was a Consultant Paediatrician in Buckinghamshire.

 

She has been a volunteer with MCAI since 2004, as the project lead for Cameroon until 2017, and as a Trustee from 2009 – 2016.  Recently she has contributed to neonatal training in Liberia.

 

She is also involved with a charity NICHE International, which is continuing the training in newborn care in Cameroon, which was started by MCAI.

 

Professor Neil McIntosh

MCAI Trainer in advanced neonatal care

 

Neil McIntosh qualified at University College Hospital, London in 1968. After his postgraduate training at UCH and a fellowship in San Fransico, he gained his first Senior Lecturer/ Consultant post in Paediatrics at St Georges Hospital in London in 1978 where he developed neonatal services for S.W Thames Region of the UK. In 1987 he was appointed to the Edward Clarke Chair of Child Life and Health at the University of Edinburgh. As a busy Intensive Care Neonatologist, he introduced computerised trend monitoring in the management of critically ill infants and has been working on automatic pattern recognition of pathophysiological conditions in this environment. He retired in June 2007. Professor McIntosh was Vice President for Science and Research at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health from 2002 - 2007. He has previously been President of the European Society of Paediatric Research and a Trustee and Chairman of the Trustees of the International Pediatric Research Foundation.  He is currently the Emeritus Professor of Child Life and Health at the University of Edinburgh and joined the MCAI team in 2016 at a trainer in advanced neonatal care for our Liberian project.

 

David Edgar, BSc (Hons)

Honorary Web Consultant

 

David is a software and web developer who has volunteered with MCAI since 2015, working on the MCAI websites and providing advice on a range of software and technical matters.

 

Originally from south-east England, David studied Computer Science at Manchester University and subsequently spent twelve years living in Belgium, developing software for a multinational consumer electronics company.

 

After taking a career break to travel round the world, and to spend time hiking and cycling, David returned to the UK, and is now based in Manchester.

 

Joanne Baker
MCAI Finance Manager

 

Joanne Baker joined MCAI at the end of 2017 as one of our two part-time Finance Mangers. She is based in our office in Poolewe, Scottish Highlands. Joanne moved to the Scottish Highlands a few​ years ago to pursue her dream of owning and working her own croft. She has over 10 years’ experience in office administration and accounts.

 

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