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Mr Tim Cranston

Mr Tim Cranston

Senior Developer / Team Manager - CTU

 6337

 (01392) 726337

 College House 2.23

 

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

Overview

Tim joined the Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) in December 2019. The key remit of his post is to lead and support the development, delivery and maintenance of quality IT systems within the CTU. Before joining Exeter, Tim completed a Computer Science Degree at Nottingham University. He worked as a software engineer at company called Solid State Logic. He later joined Oxford University as IT Office and Web developer for the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences. For the last 6 years he worked in the Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit as Trials Programmer then Lead Trials Programmer where he helped developed their IT systems and IT processes to facilitate and support their growing trial portfolio.

When not glued to his screen he enjoys spending time with his young family, running and playing cricket

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Computer Science (University of Nottingham)
ITIL v3 Foundation
ITIL v3 Continual Service Improvement

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Journal articles

Srikesavan C, Williamson E, Cranston T, Hunter J, Adams J, Lamb SE (In Press). An Online Hand Exercise Intervention for Adults with Rheumatoid Arthritis (mySARAH): Design, Development, and Usability Testing (Preprint).
Srikesavan C, Williamson E, Cranston T, Hunter J, Adams J, Lamb SE (2018). An Online Hand Exercise Intervention for Adults with Rheumatoid Arthritis (mySARAH): Design, Development, and Usability Testing. Journal of medical Internet research, 20(6). Abstract.
Srikesavan CS, Williamson E, Eldridge L, Heine P, Adams J, Cranston T, Lamb SE (2017). A Web-Based Training Resource for Therapists to Deliver an Evidence-Based Exercise Program for Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Hand (iSARAH): Design, Development, and Usability Testing. J Med Internet Res, 19(12). Abstract.  Author URL.

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In Press

Srikesavan C, Williamson E, Cranston T, Hunter J, Adams J, Lamb SE (In Press). An Online Hand Exercise Intervention for Adults with Rheumatoid Arthritis (mySARAH): Design, Development, and Usability Testing (Preprint).

2018

Srikesavan C, Williamson E, Cranston T, Hunter J, Adams J, Lamb SE (2018). An Online Hand Exercise Intervention for Adults with Rheumatoid Arthritis (mySARAH): Design, Development, and Usability Testing. Journal of medical Internet research, 20(6). Abstract.

2017

Srikesavan CS, Williamson E, Eldridge L, Heine P, Adams J, Cranston T, Lamb SE (2017). A Web-Based Training Resource for Therapists to Deliver an Evidence-Based Exercise Program for Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Hand (iSARAH): Design, Development, and Usability Testing. J Med Internet Res, 19(12). Abstract.  Author URL.

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