Ainsley Knox

Project Director

Ainsley is a senior Project Director with a lot of experience in the field. When it comes to sourcing respondents, he has tremendous skill and is renowned for finding that needle in a haystack – delivering the right respondents for the toughest of client briefs. Ainsley finds the lighter side of situations which helps us get through some of the more stressful moments.

Career Summary

Ainsley’s career in research began in 1995 at NOP, where he was a key member of the specialist depth department and covered B2B and Healthcare surveys of the hardest to recruit respondents. In 2004 he moved to Fieldwork International where he worked in both the In-Field and Telephone Qual Departments. Four years later he joined KeyQuest Health, first as a Project Manager but soon promoted to Director.

Specialist Therapy Areas

A large proportion of Ainsley’s studies are in the medical device field. He also handles Central Location Groups and IDIs – currently all virtually –  as well as Multi-Country TDI studies and recruitment only.

His experience encompasses all Therapy Areas and numerous disease types. Recently Ainsley has managed studies focussing on the following:

Abdominal Aortic Aneurism, ACS, ADHD, ADPKD, Atopic Keratoconjunctivitis, Allergies, Alzheimers, Artherosclerosis, Asthma, Blood Labs, Botulinum Toxin, Brachytherapy, Cancer (AML, Bladder, Breast, Colorectal, Lung, Mesothemioma, NSCLC, Ovarian, Pancreatic, Prostate), CDIFF, CKF, CMV, Colostomy, Contraception, COPD, Crohns Disease, Cryo Ablation, CF, Cystinosis, Diabetes, Dialysis, DME, Endoscopy, Erectile Dysfunction, End Stage Renal Disease, Excema, Fabry’s, Fenestrated AAA, Fertility, Fibromyalgia, Gastroparesis, Gout, Growth Hormone Deficiency, Haematology, Haemophilia, Hemostatic Agents, Hep B, Hep C, Hepatic Encephalopathy, HCC, HIV, Ileostomy Wound Care, ITP, Immunotherapy, Migraine, Movement Disorders, MS, Myelofibriosis, Neonatal, NERD, Nocturia,Osteoarthritis, OAB, PAH, Pain Management, Parenteral Nutrition, Parkinsons, Psoriasis,  Radio Frequency Ablation, Retinal Surgery, RA, Sarcopenia, Schizophrenia, Sepsis, Spinal Fractures, Stents, Transplants (Heart, Kidney, Liver), Urticaria, Vaccines, Wound Management

Ainsley’s successes and assignment highlights

  • A Nephropathic Cystinosis study – this is a very rare condition with extremely low incidence rates. Through an investigation via desk research, calls and referrals from peers and patient groups, we managed to book an impressive number of treaters from EU5 countries and the US for this study.
  • Several projects involving the evaluation and purchasing of OR and Cath Lab equipment. The situation and relevant respondents varied in position and role from hospital to hospital. Through conversations with specialists and administrators, we were able to whittle down and finally identify the most relevant respondents for our client’s research.
  • A very high success rate with various conference recruitment studies. Methodologies used here include IDIs, Focus Groups with a mix of specialists and Countries.

Ainsley’s professional memberships

BHBIA Certificate of Competence in Adverse Events and Legal & Ethical Guidelines training

Ainsley’s interests

These include art, photography, comic books and graphic novels. Ainsley enjoys to draw and has fun with Photoshop when he gets the chance.

Contact Ainsley on tel. 44 (0)20 8090 5546 or via our Contact Form

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“This was a particularly difficult recruit, with tight timelines. Ainsley advised us the most efficient way to progress and kept us fully informed throughout”

Client feedback from a Strategic Consulting Firm, 2019