Heather Lambert

Rode 800km, London to Geneva May 2022

Dr Heather Lambert (she/her) has recently retired after over 40 years working for the NHS in paediatrics and paediatric nephrology, having trained and worked in many places including Bristol, Kampala, London, Toronto and Newcastle upon Tyne. She is still involved in a number of development projects including NIDUS, a novel infant dialysis device and exovent a negative pressure breathing device for worldwide use including low resource countries.


Diarmid Campbell-Lendrum

Rode 800km from Geneva to London in the first leg of Ride for their Lives 2021

Diarmid Campbell-Lendrum is the Head of the climate change and health unit at WHO Headquarters. His training is on the ecology of infectious disease and public health, and he has worked on climate change and health for 20 years.