Prof Tim Clayton
Professor in Applied Medical Statistics
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
I have has worked at LSHTM in 1994 following my MSc in Medical Statistics. I have been based in the Department for Medical Statistics during this time except for a year in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology. I am also a member of the LSHTM Clinical Trials Unit Management Board.
I have taught at LSHTM throughout my time at LSHTM organising and teaching on numerous course including the Clinical Trials module (for over 20 years). I currently co-organise the Advanced Statistical Methods in Epidemiology with Richard Hayes and Kate Walker and have organised this module with Richard for over 25 years. I also teach on numerous short courses and involved in various teaching committees at LSHTM.
I have worked on clinical trials continuously since I started at LSHTM. I have been the statistician and co-investigator on numerous clinical trials, primarily in cardiovascular disease, over this period. I am currently the LSHTM principal investigator helping to lead a wonderful team running trials in trials in routine cerebral embolic protection in transcatheter aortic valve implantation (BHF PROTECT-TAVI), percutaneous coronary intervention in patients with ischaemic ventricular dysfunction (REVIVED-BCIS2), immediate coronary angiography after out of hospital cardiac arrest (ARREST) and high-risk coronary Intervention with percutaneous left ventricular unloading (CHIP-BCIS3). I am also a member of a the Women in Cardiovascular Trials Group, a collaboration to highlight the under-representation of women at all levels of cardiovascular trials with the aim to improve cardiovascular healthcare and research for women.