Northern Schools Trust
Find out more about the Governance of Northern Schools Trust.
Full Governing Body Meetings 2016/17
All meetings start at 5pm:
- Wednesday, 28th September 2016
- Wednesday, 16th November 2016
- Wednesday, 25th January 2017
- Wednesday, 29th March 2017
- Wednesday, 7th June 2017
The clerk to governors is Mrs Sian Turner. She can be contacted on 0151 641 8473 or at [email protected].
The Governing Body
Chair of Governors
Impact Data Metrics Ltd
Dr Neil Murray is a seasoned industry chief executive, with experience of drug development, business growth and general management.
He is currently CEO of Impact Data Metrics Ltd, a data analytics platform company. Dr Murray was the founding CEO of Redx Pharma plc, the cancer, immunology and infectious disease drug development company as well as PharmEcosse Ltd, a clinical-stage development company which pursued novel therapies for the prevention of scarring. He is also a founding partner of Essential Science Ltd, a consulting practice which provided expert support to early-stage companies.
Having gained a PhD in Synthetic Organic Chemistry from the University of Dundee in 1987, his career has included senior positions with high profile companies in the pharmaceutical and life science industry, including Solutia Inc, Vernalis Ltd (formerly Vanguard Medica Ltd), Sigma-Aldrich Inc and Glaxo-Wellcome Research & Development.”
The Thinking Digital Conference
Knowsley Council, Trust Appointed governor
RLHUBHT, industry sponsor
Professor Blair Grubb
University of Liverpool, university sponsor
As Head of the Institute of Life & Human Sciences, Blair is responsible for all Life Sciences and Psychology teaching at the University of Liverpool. He is also the Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences responsible for strategic developments in all areas including clinical subjects, psychology and life sciences. Blair has extensive experience in curriculum design, implementation and evaluation having developed a range of undergraduate provision throughout my career. He is committed to providing Liverpool students with the very highest quality educational opportunities available, from their first contact with the University, through their chosen programme of study, and onward to their future employment.
Professor St John Crean
UCLAN, university sponsor