Daniel joined the York Trials Unit as a Research Fellow (Trial Coordinator) in July 2021. Prior to this he was a Research Associate at the University of Leicester, this primarily involved coordinating a research team to deliver the NIHR funded CYCLE-HD trial in the end-stage kidney disease population. This work enabled him to publish data around the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of exercise during dialysis. Daniel (with others) obtained funding to set up and run other trials aimed at lowering cardiovascular risk in individuals with Chronic Kidney Disease. Alongside his research Daniel had other teaching and student supervision responsibilities within this role.
At present he is working as a Trial Coordinator across the NIHR funded FIREFLI and PROFHER-2 trials.
At present Daniel is working on the FIREFLI and PROFHER-2 NIHR funded trials.
His research interests include:
Areas of supervision include the efficacy of lifestyle interventions in modifying clinical and patient reported outcomes in the chronic disease population. Other areas of interest include exercise physiology, systematic reviews and meta analyses.