The project is being managed by a multi-disciplinary team of researchers from University College London (UCL), the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), the University of Glasgow and NatCen Social Research (NatCen).
The Natsal Resource (including Natsal-4) is supported by a grant from the Wellcome Trust with contributions from the Economic and Social Research Council and the National Institute of Health Research.
This picture was taken of the Natsal-4 team at our team away day in 2019.
Those pictured from left to right (top):
Dr Wendy McDowall (LSHTM), Dr Clare Tanton (LSHTM), Dr Jo Gibbs (UCL), Malin Karikoski (NatCen), Katharine Sadler (NatCen), Laura Oakley (LSHTM), Lily Freeman (UCL), Dr Steph Migchelsen (UCL), Professor Magnus Unemo (Örebro), (back) Professor Chris Bonnell (LSHTM), (front) Dee Menezes (UCL), Dr Melvina Owusu Woode (UCL), David Reid (LSHTM), Professor Rob Aldridge (UCL).
Those pictured from left to right (bottom):
Dr Ruth Lewis (Glasgow), Dr Nigel Field (UCL), Soazig Clifton (NatCen), Raquel Boso Perez (Glasgow), Professor Cath Mercer (UCL), Professor Pam Sonnenberg (UCL), Mary-Clare Ridge (UCL), Professor Kirstin Mitchell (Glasgow), Professor Andrew Copas (UCL).
Members of the Natsal-4 team not pictured/have since joined;
Dhriti Mandalia (NatCen) Claire Lapham (NatCen), Anne Conolly (NatCen), Franziska Marcheselli (NatCen), Rebecca Light (NatCen), Helena Wilson (NatCen), Malachi Willis (Glasgow).
The leads for the key elements of the Natsal Resource are shown in this diagram, and also how surrounding these 6 elements are a number of cross-cutting activities, and that the whole Natsal Resource receives input from an Expert Advisory Group chaired by Gordon Harold.