Dr. Emma Tallantyre
Dr Emma Tallantyre graduated from medical school at the University of Nottingham in 2002. Emma undertook her postgraduate medical and neurological training in Nottingham, Derby, Australia and South Wales. As an MRC research fellow, she completed a PhD investigating imaging (Sir Peter Mansfield MR centre) and neuropathology (Nottingham University) of multiple sclerosis (MS).
Emma has been involved in the clinical care of people with MS since 2006, having completed her clinical training in 2015 and becoming a Clinical Senior Lecturer in Neurology in 2018. She holds an honorary contract to work within the Helen Durham Neuroinflammatory Unit of the University Hospital of Wales. As part of this role Emma runs weekly MS and general neurology clinics and contributes to service development.
Her current research interests centre on the outcomes of neuroinflammatory disease and she is involved in clinical trials that investigate the optimum treatment approaches in multiple sclerosis. She has an interest in combining real world clinical data with associated biological and imaging data to strengthen predictions of outcome and improve trial design and is also interested in the involvement of patients and the public in the development of clinical research studies.