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Emergency, Prehospital, Perioperative and Critical Care research group

The EPPiC group, based at Warwick Clinical Trials Unit, undertakes research across the clinical specialities of emergency, prehospital, perioperative and critical care.

Our overarching aim is to improve the lives of patients through research.

To achieve this, our multidisciplinary team of clinicians (doctors, nurses, paramedics) and methodologists works collaboratively with our academic colleagues, NHS organisation, and patient/ public partners, to deliver high-quality research.


The EPPIC team

Professor Gavin Perkins

Professor in Critical Care Medicine

Professor Ranjit Lall

Professor of Clinical Trials

Professor Jason Madan

Professor in Health Economics

Professor James Mason

Professor of Health Economics

Professor Cyprian Mendonca

Professor of Anaesthesia

Professor Jerry Nolan

Professor of Resuscitation Medicine

Professor Kirstie Haywood

Professor in Patient Reported Outcomes

Mrs Samantha Brace-McDonnell

Associate Professor

Dr Keith Couper

Associate Professor in Emergency and Critical Care

Dr Chen Ji

Associate professor

Dr Joyce Yeung

Associate Clinical Professor in Anaesthesia and Critical Care

Dr Terry Brown

Assistant Professor

Dr Yin-Ling Lin

Senior Research Fellow

Dr Chris Smith

NIHR Clinical Lecturer in emergency medicine

Dr Mike Smyth

Assistant Professor in Emergency and Critical Care

Dr Daniel Clayton

NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow

Dr Catherine MacLeod-Hall

NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow

Dr Sara Tomassini

NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow

Miss Amani Alenazi

PhD student

Mr Mohammed Aljanoubi

PhD student

Mr Abdul Almazrua

PhD student

Mr Mohammed Alsanad

PhD student

Mr Alex Beeson

PhD student

Dr Adam Boulton

NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow

Mr Adam Mellett-Smith

PhD student

Mrs Helen Pocock

PhD student

Mr Andrew Rosser

PhD student

Miss Charly Southern

PhD student




We are pleased to collaborate with:

Professor Frances GriffithsLink opens in a new window- University of Warwick

Professor Giovanni MontanaLink opens in a new window- WMG, University of Warwick

Professor Anne-Marie Slowther- University of Warwick

Professor Ivo VlaevLink opens in a new window- Warwick Business School

Professor Paul DarkLink opens in a new window- University of Manchester

Professor Charles DeakinLink opens in a new window- University of Southampton

Professor Rachel Fothergill- London Ambulance Service

Dr Claire HawkesLink opens in a new window, King's College London

Dr Caroline Leech, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire

Professor Danny McAuleyLink opens in a new window- Queen's University Belfast

Ms Teresa Melody- University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Professor Tom QuinnLink opens in a new window- Kingston & St George's, University of London

Professor Tony WhitehouseLink opens in a new window- University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

EPPiC Projects


Emergency and pre-hospital care projects

Peri-operative care projects Critical care projects

EPPiC Impact

We work hard to ensure that our research improves the lives of patients, both in the UK and around the world.

As well as publishing work in academic journals, we use innovative ways to inform people about our research including infographics and podcasts. We work closely with research patient and public collaborators to ensure our research findings are shared with the public.

Our involvement in key organisations (e.g. the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation, Intensive Care Society, European Resuscitation Council) helps ensure that our research informs national and international clinical guidelines.

Our research is recognised as internationally excellent- in 2014, our PARAMEDIC trial was awarded “Trial of the Year” by the Society of Clinical Trials.

A list of the team's recent publications can be found on our Google scholar pageLink opens in a new window.

Work with EPPiC

Collaborate with us- if you are interested in collaborating with us, please contact a member of the team. For more information on working with Warwick CTU, click here.

Work with us- Warwick CTU job opportunities are advertised on the Warwick University career opportunities webpage.

Study with us- Warwick Medical School offers a range of post-graduate degree opportunities including PhD, MD, MSc by Research, and MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice (including critical care).

Please feel free to contact a member of the EPPiC team if you are interested in undertaking a research degree (PhD, MD, MSc by Research)- where appropriate, we are happy to support individuals in identifying sources of funding.