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Sophie Hyndman


Deputy Director of NIHR Research Design Service South Central (RDS SC) and Senior Research Advisor, RDS SC

Sophie Hyndman graduated with a degree in Human Sciences from the University of Oxford, after which she undertook a PhD at Queen Mary College, University of London, on the effects of damp housing on health. Subsequently, she worked in health services research at the Royal College of Nursing and then the University of Cambridge Health Services Research Group, where she was a research associate, then a senior research associate.

She was instrumental in the setting up of the Oxford Research Development Support Group in 1997, and remained the co-ordinator of the various incarnations of this group until 2009, when the Research Design Service South Central (RDS SC) was set up. Since October 2018, Sophie has been the deputy director of RDS SC as well as being a senior research advisor for the organisation.

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