Professor Jürgen Schwarze is the lead clinician for CYANS and is responsible for the overall running of the network.
Katie Clayton is the Programme Manager for the CYANS network, her work includes management of the day to day business of the network and developing, coordinating and taking forward the work plan of the network
Liam Anderson is the Administrator for CYANS; he assists Katie in the day to day running of the network and is responsible for ensuring that all network members are informed of news and events.
CYANS has established 5 working groups. Select a circle on the diagram below to view further information about that working group.
Why does CYANS need working groups?
The CYANS working groups will allow for manageable projects of allergy related work to be developed, which will help CYANS to achieve its overall aims.
The working groups will enable parents, young people and their families, health care professionals, voluntary organisations and all those with an interest in allergy to work together to improve allergy services in Scotland.
This joint working relationship will bring together a range of skills and knowledge that will input into the design and reshaping of current and future allergy services.
Working together as a network we can improve the lives of children and young people living with allergies in Scotland.