The Cochrane Methods Team belongs in the Methods Portfolio within the Editorial and Methods Department, part of the Cochrane Central Executive.
Senior Methods Editor: to be confirmed
|Methods Implementation Coordinator - Ella Flemyng|
Ella provides strategic support to facilitate methods activities and infrastructural support to the Cochrane methods community and its representative groups, including the Methods Executive and Scientific Committee. Ella manages methods-related projects that include strategies, policies and processes to advance and implement methodological developments to improve the quality of Cochrane Reviews. She works full-time and is based in London.
Methods Liaison Officer - Froeks Kamminga
Froeks provides support to the Methods Implementation Co-ordinator. She is the first point of contact for Methods Groups and any external methods-related enquiries. She maintains the Cochrane Methods website and MECIR online; produces the Cochrane Methods Annual Report; assists the Strategic Methods Fund; organizes methods training events; and facilitates communication with the Cochrane Scientific Committee and the Methods Executive. She works part-time and is based in London.
Handbook Editorial Assistant - Laura Mellor
Laura is a freelance editor working on the production of Cochrane Handbooks.
Methods Support Unit Lead and Statistical Editor - Kerry Dwan
Kerry leads the Methods Support Unit (MSU). The MSU provides methodological and statistical advice on Cochrane protocols, reviews and updates. She also delivers training on common statistical errors and works with the Statistical Methods Group on developing guidance relating to the implementation of statistical methods in Cochrane Reviews. She works part-time and is based in Liverpool, UK.
Systematic Review Methodological Editor - Theresa Moore
Theresa has extensive experience of carrying out and managing systematic reviews in a range of topics including prostate cancer, mental health, domestic violence and abuse, and reviews of public health interventions, such as changes to the built environment and preventing obesity in children. Her systematic reviews have covered a range of methods; including reviews of interventions with both RCTs and non-randomised studies, systematic reviews of the effects of exposure and systematic reviews of qualitative research. Theresa is based in Bristol and works full-time.
Epidemiology Editor - Andrew Anglemyer
Andrew is an epidemiologist, working to support Review Groups and Networks with his specialist knowledge in infectious diseases and study design methodology. He has co-authored dozens of public health and clinical peer-reviewed papers with a wide range of topics including HIV prevention and treatment in high-risk populations, firearms-related injury, paediatric encephalitis and hyponatremia. He works part-time and is based in Invercargill, New Zealand.