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Rodney Alan Lambert, British occupational therapist, educator. Achievements include research in probiotic effects on anxiety and depression associated with irritable bowel syndrome. Grantee Training fellowship, National Health Service Executive: Anglia & Oxford Region, 1997; Project grant, National Health Service Executive, Eastern, Health Service and Public Health Research Scheme, 2002-2003. Member of College Occupational Therapists.


Lambert, Rodney Alan was born on March 24, 1956 in Newmarket, Suffolk, England. Son of Ronald Thomas John and Joyce Irvine Lambert.


Master of Arts in Health Research, University Lancaster, Institute Health Research, 1993. Doctor of Philosophy, University East Anglia, Norfolk, England, 2006. Diploma, College Occupational Therapists, England, 1980.


Basic grade occupational therapist South Glamorgan Health Authority, Cardiff, Wales, 1980—1981, Camden & Islington Health Authority, London, 1981—1982. Senior I occupational therapist Haringey Health Authority, 1982—1983, Waltham Forest Health Authority, Woodford Bridge, England, 1983—1984. Senior I, head III community psychiatric occupational therapist North Lakeland Healthcare National Health Service Trust, Carlisle, England, 1984—1996.

Lecturer University East Anglia, 1996—2000, since 2003, primary care researcher development fellow, 2000—2003, director Master of Science in health science, 2003—2008.


Member of College Occupational Therapists.


Married Pamela Anne Blake, July 26, 1980. Children: Emma Louise, David Andrew.