THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Our Executive Committee Members are elected into post by the members of the Society of Clinical Perfusion Scientists of Great Britain and Ireland.

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Mr. Noel Kelleher
Chief Perfusionist, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
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Mr. Noel Kelleher
SCPS Chairman
Ms. Denise Gonoud
Chief Clinical Perfusion Scientist, Galway University Hospital, Ireland.
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Ms. Denise Gonoud
SCPS Secretary
Mr. Lawrence Beare
Chief Perfusionist, UHNM (Stoke)
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Mr. Lawrence Beare
SCPS Treasurer
Mr. Alex Robertson
Chief Perfusionist, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London.
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Mr. Alex Robertson
SCPS Registrar
Mrs. Sophie Gray
Senior Clinical Perfusion Scientist, University Hospital Southampton.
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Mrs. Sophie Gray
SCPS Chair of Education & Training
Mrs. Sarah Shirley
Senior Clinical Perfusion Scientist, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Trust, Liverpool
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Mrs. Sarah Shirley
SCPS Executive Committee
Mr. Andrew Nichols
Chief Clinical Perfusionist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
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Mr. Andrew Nichols
SCPS Chair of Meetings & Seminars
Ms. Rosie Smith
Lead Clinical Perfusionist, Royal Brompton Hospital, London
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Ms. Rosie Smith
SCPS Executive Committee
Mr. Naoise O'Ciardha
Clinical Perfusion Scientist, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
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Mr. Naoise O'Ciardha
SCPS Executive Committee
Mr. Salman Butt
Salman specialises in all aspects of adult and pediatric clinical perfusion and an expert with particular interest in perfusion associated devices/techniques such as Blood Conservation, IABP, MICS, ECMO, VAD and Impeller.
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Mr. Salman Butt
SCPS Executive Committee
Mr. Simon Kendall
Consultant cardiac surgeon, James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough
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Mr. Simon Kendall
Honorary President
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