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Associate Professor Lee Aiyegbusi

Dr Lee Aiyegbusi


Patient-reported Outcomes Theme Lead


Associate Professor Lee Aiyegbusi is Deputy Director of the Centre for Patient Reported Outcomes Research at the University of Birmingham. His primary research interests include the optimisation of patient-reported outcome (PRO) assessments for clinical research, routine clinical practice, and regulatory purposes. He has expertise in evidence synthesis and qualitative and quantitative research.

Lee is Principal Investigator/Co-investigator in over 25 grants with over £9 million in grant income. He is a Co-Lead for the PRO Themes of the Birmingham BRC and MRC-NIHR Trial Methodology Research Partnership (TMRP) Outcomes Working Group. He is a member of several national and international research committees and currently serves as the Independent Chair of the study steering committee for the NIHR RfPB-funded ROSE study. He is an editorial board member for The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research journal. He is the patient and public involvement and engagement Lead for 3 projects – the NIHR Blood and Transplant Research Unit in Precision Cellular Therapeutics, the NIHR-funded Therapies for Long COVID in non-hospitalised individuals (TLC), and the NIHR-funded Symptom Burden QuestionnaireTM for Long COVID in Young People (SBQTM-LC-YP) project. Based on the TLC project, he led the development of checklists of considerations for PPIE in health research.

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