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Brian is a former Chief Executive of Oxfam Ireland (Dublin and Belfast).
He joined us in 2012 and brings significant international expertise to the organisation.
Brian has had roles with companies and charities in Central America, Africa and the Caribbean and has lived and worked in Zambia and Tanzania.
He specialises in general governance, management, advocacy and campaigning.
David Moëd is the Foundation’s Company Secretary and joined the charity in 1994 as a Trustee.
His daughter Rosie contracted meningitis when she was eight months old and went on to make a full recovery.
A Chartered Accountant with a number of businesses, he lives in London and helps us with fundraising contacts as well as being a key member of the finance sub-committee.
Prof Ray Borrow is Head of the Vaccine Evaluation Unit at the Public Health England (PHE) North West, Manchester, UK.
There he is responsible for the evaluation of serological responses to various bacterial and viral vaccines with a special interest in meningococcal and pneumococcal vaccines. He is also the Deputy Head of the HPA Meningococcal Reference Unit for England & Wales.
Ray gained his PhD in 1994, his MRCPath in 2003, became an Honorary Professor of Vaccine Preventable Diseases at the University of Manchester in 2009 and Visiting Professor of the Manchester Metropolitan University in 2011. His scientific findings resulted in over 190 peer reviewed published papers. He serves as a member of the DoH Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) and frequently advises WHO and companies on both meningococcal and pneumococcal vaccines.
Jane had a brief academic career in biochemistry followed by 30 years in medical research management, firstly with the Medical Research Council and then as Director of the National Cancer Research Institute.
She has extensive experience of general management in non-profit organisations and especially of building partnerships and collaboration across sectors and stakeholder groups within medical research.
Jane became a Foundation trustee in 2015.
Sue is a scientist and a lawyer and joined MRF as a trustee in 2019.
Nick has had senior management, national adviser and consultancy roles in the health sector. He has worked and lived internationally.
His specialty areas are in strategy, programme management, innovation and information management.
As of 2015, his focus is on helping introduce a trypanosome resistant cow to sub-Saharan Africa and looking at ways the NHS can introduce more patient centred services.
Nick became a trustee in 2015.
Martin joined MRF as a Trustee in 2012.
Currently working in London, he is a specialist in people management and a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
He brings a range of experience in managing human resources in the private and public sectors, and is a member of the HR sub committee.
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