Spokespeople

Tommy's has a range of spokespeople to put forward for media interviews. Each are able to talk in detail about specific areas of interest related to Tommy's - whether it's an interview with one of our professors about our research results and the impact of this on pregnancy, or whether it's to discuss a new campaign or new survey statistics with our PR team.

To request an interview with any of the people listed below, please contact the PR department in the first instance on 07730 039361 or email [email protected]

Chief Executive

Jane Brewin

Clinicians and researchers

Professor Lucilla Poston

Professor of Maternal and Fetal Health at King's College, London

Researcher at the Tommy's Maternal and Fetal research Centre in St Thomas' Hospital.

Professor Andrew Shennan

Professor of Obstetrics at King’s College London

Director of the Tommy's Maternal and Fetal research Centre in St Thomas' Hospital.

Professor Arri Coomarasamy

Professor of Gynaecology at the University of Birmingham

Clinician at the Tommy's Centre for Miscarriage Research

Professor Siobhan Quenby

Director of the Biomedical Research Unit in Reproductive Health, Professor of Obstetrics at the University of Warwick, and Honorary Consultant at University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS trust

Clinician at the Tommy's Centre for Miscarriage Research

Dr Alex Heazell

Senior Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics, St Mary's Hospital; Manchester

Director of the Tommy's Maternal and Fetal research Centre in St Mary's Hospital, Manchester.

Dr Ed Johnstone

Consultant Obstetrician/Senior Lecturer in Obstetrics and Fetal Medicine

Research clinician at the Tommy's Maternal and Fetal research Centre in St Mary's Hospital, Manchester.

Annette Briley 

Consultant Midwife, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust in London

Research Midwife at the Tommy's Maternal and Fetal research Centre in St Thomas' Hospital.

Midwife

Kate Pinney

Manager of the midwifery team running the Tommy's Midwives pregnancy service

 

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    We empower women by giving them the high quality information they need during pregnancy to make pregnancy safer and a whole new generation healthier.

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