David says “I was delighted to accept this accolade from London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). I am looking forward to working closely with students and the faculty to continue ICNARC’s long history of collaboration with LSHTM on clinical trials and health services research.”
"I am looking forward to working closely with students and the faculty to continue ICNARC’s long history of collaboration with LSHTM on clinical trials and health services research.” Professor David HarrisonProfessor Anne Mills, Deputy Director & Provost and Professor of Health Economics & Policy at LSHTM says “It is with great pleasure that we appoint David as Honorary Professor at LSHTM in the Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health (EPH). Honorary staff are very important to the work of the Faculty, interacting in many valuable ways including research, teaching and research degree supervision. We hope that this appointment will further strengthen David’s ties with the School and especially with colleagues in the Faculty of EPH.”
Professor Sir Nick Black, Professor of Health Services Research at LSHTM and Trustee of ICNARC says “David's appointment adds to the long-standing close and very fruitful relationship between ICNARC and the School. He brings immense expertise and experience of national audit and critical care research which faculty and students will benefit greatly from. It reflects his international standing in health services research in critical care.”
"David's appointment adds to the long-standing close and very fruitful relationship between ICNARC and the School.” Professor Sir Nick Black, ICNARC TrusteeDavid graduated from the University of Cambridge with a BA in mathematics and a PhD in mathematical modelling of disease progression and has worked for ICNARC since 2002. David is responsible for overseeing all statistical aspects of ICNARC’s broad programme of clinical audit and research. His main research interests are risk prediction modelling, health technology assessment and evaluation of service delivery and organisation in critical care.