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Paul Ryder

Paul Ryder

Paul Ryder

Senior Research Facilitator

Paul joined Oxford Population Health to work as the Senior Research Facilitator for the China Kadoorie Biobank (CKB) in 2014.

Ever since, he has had a lead role in many of the central operations of the study, working closely with the study principal investigators and the executive and steering committees.

With a small research support team, Paul helps manage aspects of the group’s established research programme and helps to promote international collaborations and engagement with the resource. This covers financial and contractual components; data access and sharing; communications and research administration.    

Prior to this, Paul worked as a project manager with a number of international NGOs on social development and environmental conservation issues and joined the University of Oxford in 2001.

Then, he managed a large programme grant from the Department for International Development which aimed to deliver research-based improvements to humanitarian policy making and practice.

Following that, Paul led the administrative establishment and assisted the strategic development of the George Institute for Global Heath’s UK operations.