Professor Roshan das NairA clinical psychologist by training, he has overall responsibility for the running of the programme. He has supervised over 60 doctoral students to successful completion. His research focuses on the psychological and neuropsychological aspects of multiple sclerosis, stroke, and traumatic brain injury. Visit Professor das Nair’s profile
The Director is supported by four Co-Directors, one at each university. The Co-Directors deputise for the Director in his absence.
Professor Dorothee Auer
Professor of Neuroimaging and Head of the Division of Radiological & Imaging Sciences at the University of Nottingham and Honorary Consultant Neuroradiologist at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Professor Matthew Broome
Academic psychiatrist and Director of the Institute for Mental Health at the University of Birmingham. He is a leader in the field of early psychosis and in the philosophy and ethics of mental health.
Professor Noelle Robertson
A registered Clinical and Health Psychologist, practising in the NHS as a consultant in a physical health speciality, in addition to my role as Programme Director for the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Training Course at the University of Leicester.
Professor Swaran Singh
Professor of Social and Community Psychiatry at the University of Warwick and is an expert on early psychosis, somatisation, cultural and ethnic factors in mental illness, and mental health law.
Dr Joseph Manning MBE
Associate Professor in Children, Young People and Families Nursing at University of Nottingham
Director of Training and Wellbeing
Dr Musa Sami
Dr Musa Sami is a Clinical Associate Professor in Adult Psychiatry at the University of Nottingham with a research focus on schizophrenia and the psychotic disorders. He has a particular interest in increasing clinical academic capacity across the Midlands.
The Director of Training and Wellbeing coordinates pastoral support, links with support services and Wellbeing Leads at the different universities, is the lead for Early Career Researcher (ECR) development, and coordinates and monitors scholars’ training.
Director of Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Widening Participation (EDI&WP)
Ms Stacy Johnson MBE
Ms Johnson is an Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham a nurse by training, and has a wealth of experience in improving EDI in academic and healthcare settings. She is on the Chief Nursing Officer’s BAME Advisory Group.
The EDI&WP Director supports the DTP Executive in monitoring and analysing EDI data, offering sector-wide best practice guidance to improve EDI culture; supports scholars’ WP activities, and is responsible for ensuring the implementation of the EDI, bullying and harassment policy.
Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Coordinators
The PPI coordinators provide training for PPI members, coordinate PPI across the various projects, and manage the PPI newsletter and database.
The programme manager oversees day-to-day operations, finance, and communications.