Professor Mark Woodward
Senior Professorial Fellow, Professorial Unit Chair of Statistics, Epidemiology and Women’s Health at Imperial College London Professor of Medical Statistics, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Sydney
PhD FMedSci FAHMS FESC
Mark Woodward is Chair of Statistics, Epidemiology and Women’s Health at Imperial College London, Professor of Medical Statistics at the University of New South Wales, Senior Visiting Research Fellow of Green Templeton College, Oxford University and Honorary Professor at the universities of Dundee, Mahidol (Thailand) and the West Indies.
Mark is the author of over 850 peer-reviewed publications, 20 of which have over 1000 citations, and two text-books on statistical methods in medical research. He has been named amongst the world’s most citied researchers in each year since the current ranking system started in 2014, with a H-index of over 160.
Mark has undertaken 24 development aid missions in Africa and Asia and served on the governing councils of both the Institute of Statisticians and the Royal Statistical Society (RSS). His previous professorships have been at the University of Oxford, New York University, the University of Sydney, and as an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University.