Team
Research Team 
Kiera Bartlett - BSc (Hons) Psychology, MSc Health Psychology - Kiera is a PhD student in the Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Group supervised by Prof. Mark Hawley and Prof. Paschal Sheeran at the Department of Psychology. 
Clair Bentley- Research Associate, Technology Theme
Dr Nevyne ChalhoubDr Nevyne Chalhoub is a Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist and an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer. She has been a Consultant in the Sheffield Child & Adolescent Mental Health community team since 1998 and has been the Clinical Director for CAMHS from 2006 till late 2010. 
Lynne CoddLynne Codd is Personal Assistant to Professor Mark Hawley and Professor Gail Mountain and Group Administrator for the Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Group in the School for Health and Related Research (ScHARR). Lynne is also a Recruitment Selection Co-ordinator for ScHARR.
Dr Peter CuddSenior Research Associate, Technology Theme (Half time)
Katherine EastonI am a research associate working on the RICHARD Project, a € 2,750. 000 European Commission Seventh Framework Programme funded partnership between 15 partners involving industry, academia, the health service and local government across 4 European clusters; Italy, United Kingdom, Sweden and Poland.
Dr Val Harpin Dr Val Harpin is a consultant neurodevelopmental paediatrician at the Ryegate Children's Centre, part of the Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust, where she has practiced for more than 18 years.
Professor Mark HawleyCo-theme lead for Telehealth and Care Technology (TaCT) theme
Angus Ying Man Law MPhy (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy), ‎BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, APA-MPT, RPT, NSCA-CPT-Postgraduate research student
Kinga Lowrie PhD Student 
Professor Sue Mawson MCSP Bsc (Hon) PhD, Director, NIHR CLAHRC for South Yorkshire, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS FT, Professor of Health Services Research
Kathryn MellingKat is based in Health Services Research in the Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies Research Group, School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield. Her role in CLAHRC is project manager for the TaCT theme.
Professor Gail MountainGail is co-theme lead of TaCT together with Mark Hawley.  She is Professor of Health Services Research (assisted living research) within the Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies group, University of Sheffield. She is also a Visiting Professor at Sheffield Hallam University
Olubukola Oguntuase - Bpharm, MPH,FRSPH Research Assistant, Telehealth and Care Technologies (TaCT) theme.
Dr Rebecca Palmer -  Speech and language therapist in stroke care by background and a Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Sheffield/Sheffield Teaching Hospitals working in the stroke and telehealth themes of the South Yorkshire CLAHRC. 
Professor Stuart Parker My research interests focus on health technologies for older people's services including the assessment of health status, acute care, care transitions, case management, intermediate care and rehabilitation.
Dr Jack ParkerJack is currently the project manager for the ADHD Health Tracker project and is also seconded to The University of Sheffield to work on the SMART 2 Stroke project. 
Lauren PowellResearch Assistant, Telehealth and Care Technologies (TaCT) Theme.

Advisory Committee
Ms Jo CookeJo Cooke is Programme Manager within the CLAHRC SY
Dr Ben Heller Principal Research Fellow, Centre for Sports and Exercise Science, Sheffield Hallam University
Professor Michael Smith BSc, MSc, PhD, DSc, CPhys, CSci, FIPM, FInstP DSc Physical scientist by background with 30 years experience in research and exploitation in the medical and health sector, working in the Universities of Edinburgh and London before taking up the post of Professor of Medical Physics at the University of Leeds in 1989. 
Professor Wendy Tindale MSc, PhD, ARCP, MIPEM, SRS Professor Wendy Tindale is Consultant Clinical Scientist and Scientific Director at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. She holds a Chair at the University of Sheffield and is Clinical Director of the 'Devices for Dignity' (D4D) Healthcare Technology Co-operative, a national pilot funded through the NIHR i4i Programme.
Professor Tony Warnes - Tony Warnes has pursued research in the social demography of later life and older people's residential choices since the 1970s. His interests in gerontology range from the humanities to the potential of genomic medicine. Currently he is engaged in two substantial projects.
Professor Simon Yates - Dr Simeon Yates is the Director of the Culture, Communication and Computing Research Institute (C3RI) at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK.