Technical and Computing Manager and Deputy Director of the NDPH Wolfson Laboratories
Martin Radley joined CTSU in 1994 and is the Technical and Computing Manager and Deputy Director of the NDPH Wolfson Laboratories.
Martin is a member of the senior laboratory management team with responsibility for laboratory systems and computing and technical development. Martin works closely with the senior laboratory management team and the laboratory and technical staff to support data management processes and to ensure data integrity.
Martin supports the LIMS development team whose responsibility is to maintain and evolve the in-house built LIMS and he also manages the cryogenic team whose responsibility is to catalogue, store and retrieve samples from the NDPH ultra-low temperature controlled storage facilities.
Martin has provided support to collaborating groups in the UK and internationally, including support for storage processes used by UK Biobank and laboratory data management for the Mexico City Prospective study in Mexico City, Mexico and the STICS trial in Fuwai Hospital, Beijing, China.
Prior to joining CTSU, Martin graduated in Chemistry and Materials Science at Manchester Metropolitan University.