She is Director of The Institute of Child Health at University College London and Honorary Consultant Respiratory Paediatrician at GOSH.
Rosalind received a CBE in the Queen's New Year's Honours list of 2015.
She graduated in medicine from Clare College, Cambridge and University of London and trained in paediatrics in London, Cambridge and Liverpool.
Until September 2012, she was Professor of Paediatric Medicine in Liverpool UK, where she was Director of the UK Medicines for Children Research Network, which supports all clinical research with children in England.
Respiratory paediatrics with an interest in cystic fibrosis.
Fellow (Honorary) of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine, November 2010
NIHR Senior Investigator Award, April 2008
Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences, April 2006
FRCPCH, July 1997
Joint Committee on Higher Medical Training, accreditation in Paediatrics with a special interest in Respiratory Medicine, May 1995
MD (Cantab), March 1993
MRCP (UK), October 1986
MA (Cantab), May 1984
MB BS (London), June 1983
BA (Cantab), June 1980
Her current research interests include clinical studies of viral/host interactions in RSV bronchiolitis, clinical trials and systematic reviews of treatments for childhood respiratory disease. She is a Fellow and recent Council Member of the Academy of Medical Sciences (UK).