Dr. Graham S. Downing is a consultant in Neuro-musculoskeletal & Functional Medicine. He graduated from King’s College London University where he trained in the clinical sciences and molecular biology and attended the Randall Institute as a research student whilst still under the Directorship of Dr Wilkins, Nobel prize winner for his co-discovery of DNA; and European Institute of Health and Medical Sciences, Surrey University where he received an MSc with a specialist area of research in psychoneuroimmunology in the clinical practice.
Doctor Mark Jones MBA PhD Ma PgDip PhD obtained his PhD at Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital and was later a highly respected researcher who won the NESTA fellowship award.
His time as a research fellow at a major NHS hospital was sadly cut short by his own mother suffering a stroke. In dedicating his time to helping her ongoing care, Mark was to discover much that did not make sense in the wider care and residential system for the elderly.
He now works with a wide base of individuals, including members of the public, NHS staff and carers themselves, all of whom are keen to alert others to serious failings within the NHS and wider care system, and actions which many would consider criminal.
Dr Bob Gill is a family doctor and NHS campaigner based in South East London.
Dr Lucy Reynolds is research fellow in public health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, as well as a dedicated and well-regarded PFI activist.