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William McGuire is Professor of Child Health at the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination and HYMS, University of York. His main research interests are in neonatal nutrition and infection and he leads CRD’s research programme in neonatal care. He is involved in evidence synthesis, randomised controlled trials, and knowledge translation and quality improvement projects that aim to improve outcomes for preterm or sick newborn infants and their families. He is chief investigator for a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)-funded multi-centre trial of lactoferrin supplementation for very preterm infants, and for an NIHR Cochrane Programme supporting evidence syntheses on the interlinked themes of neonatal growth and nutrition.
He is an Editor for Cochrane Neonatal and has led many Cochrane reviews, several of which have informed national and international policy and guideline developments. He is a member of the NIHR Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Editorial Board and the NIHR HTA Commissioning Board.