Dr Sam Channon-Wells

Dr Sam Channon-Wells, Clinical Research Fellow in Paediatric Infectious Disease, Imperial College London

I am a paediatric trainee in the Oxford deanery, currently undertaking a Clinical Research Fellowship at Imperial College London, where I am working on the DIAMONDS project – an international study aiming to develop new diagnostic tests for children presenting to hospital with possible infectious syndromes. I have a previous Master’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge. My core research interests include omic-based diagnostic testing in paediatric infectious diseases, and improving antimicrobial stewardship through better reporting of antimicrobial use, and improved diagnostics.

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