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Anam Ayaz-Shah

Anam Ayaz-Shah

Research Associate

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Anam completed her BSc in Psychology with a first class honours in 2013, for which she was awarded the British Psychological Society award and Sodexo Star Student award. Following graduation, she worked at the University of Bradford as a Research Assistant in Psychology, investigating eating behaviour traits and obesity.

Anam Joined the CET in August 2015. Her current role requires extensive literature searching of randomized controlled trials in solid organ transplantation, and maintaining the online Transplant Library. Anam is also responsible for identifying good quality systematic reviews and meta-analyses that are added to the Transplant Library.


O'Donoghue KJM, Reed RD, Knight SR, O'Callaghan JM, Ayaz-Shah AA, Hassan S, Weißenbacher A, Morris PJM, Locke J, Pengel LHM. Critical appraisal of international clinical practice guidelines in kidney transplantation using the Appraisal of Guidelines for Research and Education (AGREE) II tool: A systematic review. 2017 (Accepted Abstract at the BTS Congress, Yorkshire, UK, 1-3 March, 2017).

O’Donoghue KJM, Reed RD, Knight SR, O’Callaghan JM, Ayaz-Shah AA, Hassan S, Morris PJ, Pengel LHM. Systematic review of clinical practice guidelines in kidney transplantation. BJS Open 2017; 1(4): 97–105.

Ayaz-Shah AA, Hussein S, Knight SR. Do clinical trials reflect reality? A systematic review of inclusion/exclusion criteria in trials of renal transplant immunosuppression. 2017 (Accepted poster presentation at the ESOT Congress, Barcelona, Spain, 24- 27 September, 2017)