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Sarah Laidler

CTU Administrator

 College House 1.23


College House, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

 Office hours:

Sarah's core working days are Wednesday and Thursday.


Sarah is Trial Administrator for the VitaMIND Study. VitaMIND is a three-year clinical trial, it aims to determine whether taking Vitamin D supplements improves brain function in older adults who may be at risk of cognitive decline in later life. The study is led by Dr Anne Corbett and is part of the PROTECT study portfolio.  PROTECT is working to understand how the brain ages and how the risk of dementia and mental health issues might be reduced in later life.


2018 onwards – studying for MSc in Applied Health Services Research

1996 – HND Business and Finance, University of the West of England

1989 – HND Graphic Design and Communications. Brunel Technical College


Sarah has worked in the health and social care sector for the past 10 years.   She moved to Exeter in 2012 work as a Clinical Trials Administrator for Devon Partnership NHS Trust.  She was promoted to Senior Research and Governance Facilitator in 2016.  In 2018 Sarah began an MSc in Applied Health Services Research at the University of Exeter.   She also joined the University to work on the VitaMIND Trial as Trial Administrator.  VitaMIND is a randomised controlled trial of Vitamin D to improve cognition in people at risk of dementia



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