Elaine Cloutman-Green

Professor Elaine Cloutman-Green is a Consultant Clinical Scientist working within Infection Prevention and Control and as Lead Healthcare Scientist at Great Ormond Street Hospital. She holds an Honorary Professorship with UCL and was awarded the British Empire Medal as part of the New Years Honours in 2021 for services to healthcare.

She started her Clinical Scientist training in 2004 in Microbiology and, during her training, she completed an MSc in Clinical Microbiology. In 2007, after completing her training, she specialised in Infection Prevention and Control. As part of this work she has undertaken a PhD whilst on the NIHR CSO Doctoral Fellowship scheme on ‘The role of the environment in transmission of healthcare associated infection’. In 2015 she successfully attained Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists and in 2016 she became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and was appointed as a NICE Expert Advisor in Infection Prevention and Control.  She became a Consultant Clinical Scientist and Deputy Director of Infection Prevention and Control in 2021.

She is the Chair of the Environmental Network and is a member of the Science Quality Assurance Group for the Health and Safety Executive. She also holds strategic positions as a member of the NHS England AMR Programme Board and membership of the London Clinical Senate Council. Follow @girlymicro on Twitter if you’d like to get in touch.