Our Trustees
Our Trustees are responsible for the overall control and strategic direction of Barts Charity. We also have Board Advisers, who are people with specialist experience who provide independent advice and recommendations to the Trustees.

They are all unpaid volunteers who give their time and expertise to help achieve our goal of extraordinary healthcare for all. They meet regularly throughout the year to discuss strategies and policies and to monitor activities, and to receive reports and updates from the management team.

Andy is a partner and Global Head of Real Estate at Linklaters LLP, solicitors.
Trustee Andy Bruce

Andy Bruce

Board Chair and Chair of Appointments & Remuneration Committee
Claire is a consultant, mentor, trustee and co-opted member of investment and audit committees for various charities, including: The Nuffield Foundation, The Royal Foundation, and New Forest Citizen’s Advice. She is also on the Advisory Board of Schroders’ Charity Authorised Investment Funds. Previously Claire was the Finance & Investment Director of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, a leading UK charitable foundation and Finance Director for GlobeOp, a highly successful start-up financial services business serving hedge funds. Claire is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Trustee Claire Brown

Claire Brown

Trustee and Chair of Finance & Audit Committee
Sally is Director of Unquoted Investments at Caledonia Investments plc and formerly Head of Healthcare Investment teams at Private Equity investors, Permira and PPM Capital (now Silverfleet). Her non-executive directorships include Gala Bingo, Choice Care Group and the Sloane Club.
Trustee Sally Flanagan

Sally Flanagan

Trustee and Chair of Investment Committee
Vijay is a qualified Chartered Accountant. He is the Chief Finance and Operating Officer at Intermediate Capital Group plc and was previously International Chief Financial Officer of The Blackstone Group and First Vice President and the Co-CFO for European Equities at Merrill Lynch & Co.
Trustee Vijay Bharadia

Vijay Bharadia

Trustee
Ian is Co-Chair of UK Investment Banking at UBS. He is a qualified chartered accountant and has previously worked at Citigroup and Morgan Stanley.
Trustee Ian Hart

Ian Hart

Trustee
Catherine is Full Professor of Molecular Medicine at University College Dublin (UCD) where she heads up the Diabetes Complications Research Centre at the Conway Institute. She is on the board of the Health Research Board Ireland, the European Medical Research Council and the Physiological Sciences Committee of the Wellcome Trust, and has served as Vice President, Innovation UCD.
Trustee Professor Catherine Godson

Professor Catherine Godson

Trustee
Richard is an independent health strategy consultant and a former partner and health leader at Ernst & Young LLP. He is a Visiting Senior Fellow at the Nuffield Trust and has formerly worked at the King's Fund and Cabinet Office.
Trustee Dr Richard Lewis

Dr Richard Lewis

Trustee
Dame Parveen is Professor of Medicine and Education at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry and maintains a clinical practice in gastroenterology. She chairs the Board of Science at the British Medical Association, and is a Committee Member for two committees for Genomics England. She is President of the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund, the immediate past-president of the Medical Women’s Federation, a Trustee of British Youth Opera (BYO) and has an interest in global health.
Trustee Professor Dame Parveen Kumar

Professor Dame Parveen Kumar

Trustee
David Rampton is Emeritus Professor of Clinical Gastroenterology at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, and a part-time Consultant Gastroenterologist at Barts Health NHS Trust.
Trustee Professor David Rampton

Professor David Rampton

Trustee
Ian is Chair of Barts Health NHS Trust and by virtue of holding that post, he is one of our trustees. After a successful career in financial services and energy, Ian retired in 2015 from Centrica, the parent company of British Gas, where he held a number of senior roles including managing director. He is also Vice Chair of the Peabody housing association, Chair of Employers for Carers, and chairs a number of small innovative technology companies. Ian formerly served as a non-executive director at Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust.
Trustee Ian Peters

Ian Peters

Ex officio trustee
Lorna is a haematologist specialising in Transfusion Medicine. After 20 years as an academic clinician in Cambridge, she became national Medical and Research Director of NHS Blood and Transplant. She has held many national and international advisory roles on transfusion safety and research, and has recently been Clinical Director for Communications to the Royal College of Pathologists. She is currently a Non-Executive Board member of the Human Tissue Authority and a Fellow Commoner of Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge.
Lorna Williamson

Dr Lorna Williamson OBE

Trustee and Chair of Grants Committee
Thomas is a GP at the Bromley by Bow Health Partnership. He is also an Academic Clinical Research Fellow in Primary Care and Public Health Sciences at King’s College London. He is Clinical Lead for the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Essential Knowledge Updates programme and a member of the National Cancer Research Institute primary care clinical studies group. He also represents the Royal College of GPs on the management board of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Collaborating Centre for Cancer.
Trustee Dr Thomas Round

Dr Thomas Round

Trustee
Moira is a pharmacist and Director of Havas SO, an international healthcare communications consultancy. She previously co-founded two healthcare public relations consultancies and brings over 30 years’ experience of reputation, strategic communication and corporate positioning to the Barts Charity Board.
Trustee Moira Gitsham

Moira Gitsham

Board Advisor
Adrian K. Dixon was Master of Peterhouse, the oldest College in the University of Cambridge, from 2008-2016, where he is now Emeritus Professor of Radiology. He was previously head of the University Department of Radiology for 15 years until 2009 and retired as an honorary consultant radiologist in September 2014 after a 35 year spell as a consultant at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. He served as Editor of the journal Clinical Radiology from 1998 to 2002, Editor-In-Chief of European Radiology 2007-2013 and Warden of the Faculty of Clinical Radiology of the RCR from 2002 to 2006. He was awarded Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences in 1998.
Trustee Adrian Dixon

Adrian Dixon

Grants Committee member
Jean has spent her career in wealth management roles at a number of city firms such as Goldman Sachs, ACPI Investments Ltd and Morgan Stanley. She now leads her own wealth advisory business providing investment consultancy and management services. She is also a member of the Investment Committee of Jesus College Cambridge.
Jean Murphy Barts Charity Investment Committee Member

Jean Murphy

Investment Committee Member
Philip has worked in the investment management industry for over thirty years. Most recently he was Chief Investment Officer of HSBC Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd where he headed all of their London-based investment management activities. Prior to that he spent thirteen years as an investment consultant and asset manager at Russell Investments, where he was Global Head of Manager Research.
Philip Glaze - Investment Committee Member

Philip Glaze

Investment Committee Member
Nimesh is CFO at Spirax Sarco Engineering plc, a FTSE100 company. He was formerly CFO of the De Beers Group and Group Head of Corporate Finance at Anglo American plc. He has also spent 14 years in investment banking at both JP Morgan and as a Managing Director at UBS.

Nimesh Patel

Finance & Audit Committee member
Mohammad is a chartered accountant with more than 20 years of experience in professional services. He is COO and Executive Director at Europe Arab Bank (EAB) plc, part of the Arab Bank Group, one of the largest Middle Eastern financial institutions. Formerly he worked at KPMG and Ernst &Young.

Mohammad Memon

Finance & Audit Committee member

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