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Professor Haleema Shakur-Still

Professor
& CTU Co-Director

Room
Room 185

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

Tel.
+44(0)20 7958 8113

I am Professor of Global Health Clinical Trials and Co-Director of LSHTM's Clinical Trials Unit.

Affiliations

Department of Population Health
Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health

Centres

Centre for Evaluation
Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive & Child Health (MARCH)

Teaching

I am a tutor on the Distance Learning MSc Clinical Trials and Module Organiser Organiser (www.lshtm.ac.uk/prospectus/masters/dmsct.html

I currently have doctoral students working on the mechanism of action of tranexamic acid on traumatic brain injury and comparison oftreatment strategies for using tranexamic acid in bleeding trauma patients.

Research

I work with an amazing network of collaborators here at LSHTM and in over 50 countries worldwide (see  http://ctu.lshtm.ac.uk/). I am interested in designing and conducting clinical trials that allow for critically ill patients to benefit for scientific advances.  I am aslo interested in developing novel ways of communicating the work we do to clinicians, policy makers and the wider public to make sure patients benefit from the results of our research.

Research Area
Clinical care
Clinical trials
Drug discovery and development
Health outcomes
Maternal health
Pharmacovigilance
Systematic reviews
Critical care
Ethics
Evidence use
Medicines
Randomised controlled trials
Reproductive health
Discipline
Epidemiology
Pharmacology
Disease and Health Conditions
Cardiovascular disease
Injuries
Asthma
Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)
Respiratory disease
Country
Afghanistan
Albania
United Arab Emirates
Argentina
Australia
Belgium
Burkina Faso
Bangladesh
Brazil
Canada
China
Cote d'Ivoire
Cameroon
Congo, Dem. Rep.
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Czech Republic
Germany
Ecuador
Spain
Estonia
France
United Kingdom
Georgia
Ghana
Indonesia
India
Ireland
Iran, Islamic Rep.
Iraq
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Kenya
Sri Lanka
Mexico
Myanmar
Malaysia
Nigeria
Nepal
New Zealand
Pakistan
Peru
Romania
Saudi Arabia
Sudan
El Salvador
Slovak Republic
Thailand
Tunisia
Tanzania
Uganda
South Africa
Zambia
Region
World

Selected Publications

No effect of tranexamic acid on platelet function and thrombin generation (ETAPlaT) in postpartum haemorrhage: a randomised placebo-controlled trial
Dallaku K; Shakur-Still H; Beaumont D; Roberts I; Huque S; Delius M; Holdenrieder S; Gliozheni O; Mansmann U
2019
Wellcome Open Research
Trial management: we need a cadre of high-class triallists to deliver the answers that patients need.
Beaumont D; Arribas M; Frimley L; Balogun E; Roberts I; Shakur-Still H
2019
Trials
Tranexamic acid through intravenous, intramuscular and oral routes: an individual participant data meta-analysis of pharmacokinetic studies in healthy volunteers.
Grassin-Delyle S; Semeraro M; Foissac F; Bouazza N; Shakur-Still H; Roberts I; Treluyer J-M; Urien S
2019
Fundamental & clinical pharmacology
Tranexamic acid for acute gastrointestinal bleeding (the HALT-IT trial): statistical analysis plan for an international, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.
Brenner A; Afolabi A; Ahmad SM; Arribas M; Chaudhri R; Coats T; Cuzick J; Gilmore I; Hawkey C; Jairath V
2019
Trials
No effect of tranexamic acid on platelet function and thrombin generation (ETAPlaT) in postpartum haemorrhage: a randomised placebo-controlled trial.
Dallaku K; Shakur-Still H; Beaumont D; Roberts I; Huque S; Delius M; Holdenrieder S; Gliozheni O; Mansmann U
2019
Wellcome open research
Secondary analysis of the WOMAN trial to explore the risk of sepsis after invasive treatments for postpartum hemorrhage.
Cornelissen L; Woodd S; Shakur-Still H; Fawole B; Noor S; Etuk S; Akintan AL; Chaudhri R; Roberts I
2019
International journal of gynaecology and obstetrics
Tranexamic acid for post-partum haemorrhage: What, who and when
Brenner A; Ker K; Shakur-Still H; Roberts I
2019
Best Practice & Research Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology
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