CLAHRC Health Inequalities Theme Team 
Professor Liddy Goyder - Health Inequalities Theme Lead. Section Director and Reader in Public Health Medicine
Dr. Annette Haywood - Project Manager Health Inequalities Theme/Research Coordinator Built Environment in Acute Care project.
Adele OddyResearch and Development Facilitator NHS Barnsley
Susan Hampshaw - Head of Research, Evaluation and Innovation NHS Doncaster
Jo Abbott Consultant in Public Health NHS Rotherham, Role in CLAHRC: Sits on the CLARHC Board, Health Inequalities Theme and COPD Theme 
Dr Lerleen WillisResearch and Development Manager NHS Sheffield, Role in CLAHRC: Knowledge translation and evidence-based practice in Public Health in NHS Sheffield, making links with NHS Sheffield, university sector and Sheffield Local Authority.
Dr Peter Allmark Principal lecturer, Role in CLAHRC: Member of HI theme based in Health and Social Care Research Centre
Dr Sarah Salway Senior Research Fellow, Role in CLAHRC: Member of Inequalities Implementation Theme
Professor Angela Tod - Professor of Health Services Research, Role in CLAHRC: Management Team member for HI. Co-production lead Obesity theme
Dr Shona Kelly Reader in Public Health Sheffield Hallam University, Role in CLAHRC: Management Team member
Mubarak Ismail Role in CLAHRC: Mubarak is a lead for community engagement for CLAHRC South Yorkshire and is also a researcher at the Centre for Health and Social Care Research, Sheffield Hallam University. 
Dr Anna Cron in de Chevez Research Fellow - cold weather, fuel poverty and children, Role in CLAHRC: Anna is currently working on a qualitative research project looking at how fuel poverty affects children with asthma in Rotherham.
Kate GreenPolicy Officer, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council, Role in CLAHRC: Sits on the Health Inequalities Theme Management Group
Allan Whiltshire Policy & Performance Manager, Role in CLAHRC: Sits on the Health Inequalities Theme Management Group
Dr Sheila Kennedy Sheila has a background in physiotherapy and over ten years’ post doctoral experience of applied health and social care research.