Professor Trevor A. Sheldon, DSc FMedSci
Professor of Health Services Research
Professor Trevor Sheldon joined QMUL in July 2020 from the University of York where he was Deputy Vice-Chancellor and then Dean of the Hull York Medical School.
He is Professor of Health Services Research in the Institute of Population Health Sciences and Research Mentor at the Bradford Institute of Health Research, Bradford Royal Infirmary.
He studied medicine, economics and medical statistics. His research interests are broad and include: analysis of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of healthcare and public health interventions, patient safety, health policy and evaluation, inequalities in health, and public sector resource allocation. He uses a range of research methods including evidence synthesis, observational, quasi experimental and experimental designs.
Trevor enjoys working with junior and mid-career researchers to help them develop their academic careers.
He co-leads a UK Prevention Research Partnership programme of research (ActEarly) with Prof John Wright in Bradford developing a whole systems City Collaboratory approach to improving the health and life chances of children from deprived communities in Tower Hamlets and Bradford.
He also works in a Department of Health Policy Research Programme (PREPARE)) with researchers in York and the King's Fund which aims to inform health policy, by providing expert advice, policy briefings and empirical and theoretical analysis.
See all of Trevor Sheldon'r research publications here: http://www.researchpublications.qmul.ac.uk/publications/staff/48890.html