Dr Elaine Cloutman-Green
Dr Elaine Cloutman-Green is a Healthcare Scientist working as Principal Clinical Scientist within Infection Prevention and Control and Lead Healthcare Scientist at Great Ormond Street Hospital. She started her Clinical Scientist training in 2004 and completed a PhD in 2015 whilst on the NIHR CSO Doctoral Fellowship scheme. Her research on prevention of healthcare associated infection includes the development and implementation of rapid typing schemes in order to identify transmission; in 2016 was awarded an NIHR ICA Clinical Lectureship in order to continue this work.
In 2015 she successfully attained Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists and was appointed the first UK based International Ambassador for the Society of Healthcare Epidemiology of America. In 2016 she became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and was appointed as a NICE Expert Advisor in Infection Prevention and Control. She is the Chair of the Environmental Network, represents Healthcare Scientists nationally as part of the ACB Microbiology Professionals Committee, as Country Ambassador for the American Society of Microbiology, Executive Committee member for the Society of Applied Microbiology and as part of the OSFA examinations group.
Elaine joined the London Clinical Senate Council in May 2019.