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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Women's Health Research Unit


A patient having a blood pressure check

UNIT LEAD: Stamatina Iliodromiti

The unit undertakes multidisciplinary research to understand why a woman and her unborn child can become ill and how they can stay healthy. We conduct epidemiological and big data research, clinical trials and evidence synthesis collaboratively with patient and public involvement. We host “Katie’s Team”, a diverse, user-led patient and public advisory group for women’s health research.  Our unit involves a range of disciplines such as clinical epidemiology, biostatistics and health technology assessment which are the cornerstones of research to improve policy and practice, embedded within communities and health systems locally, nationally and globally.

  • Utilising routine datasets to develop learning healthcare systems in maternity.
  • Research on promoting heath equity in women’s health for disadvantaged groups.
  • Life course approach in women’s health and associations of reproductive indicators with long term disease.
  • Hosting BARC (Barts Research Centre for Women’s Health): Pilot and full-scale trials and studies on fertility, diabetes, obstetric haemorrhage, COVID-19.
  • Developing BaBi East London: A large collaborative e-birth cohort to link routine data and samples to explore maternal and child health in East London.
  • Expertise in systematic reviews and meta-analyses.
  • Leading all undergraduate Obstetrics and Gynaecology modules and SSC in Women’s Health.



Stamatina Iliodromiti - Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Priya Bhide - Clinical Reader in Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Elena Greco - Senior Clinical Lecturer

Jennifer Jardine - Academic Clinical Lectureship in Obstetrics & Gynaecology



Yvonne Carter Building, Ground Floor 

58 Turner Street 

E1 2AB


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