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Senior Statistician, Deputy Head of the Statistics Unit
Theme 1 - Making the most of real-world data
Public Health England
Prof Nick Andrews is deputy head of the Statistics Unit at Public Health England in the UK and the Statistician responsible for work in the Immunisation Department. In this role he has worked extensively on post licensure vaccine safety, impact and effectiveness assessment, clinical trials and correlates of protection. He is currently part of the Global Vaccine Datanet, works on European influenza vaccine effectiveness projects with the IMove group, and was a member of the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety from 2012-2018. He is currently on the WHO Ebola vaccine sub-committee and is on the WHO advisory group for implementation of RTS,S malaria vaccine in Africa. He is a project lead on a research collaboration on using electronic health records for vaccine assessment with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). During the COVID-19 pandemic he has worked on sero-epidemiology, risk factors, excess mortality, vaccine effectiveness, safety and benefit-risk. He lectures at the LSHTM, New York University in London and on vaccine courses internationally. He has over 500 publications with more than half of these in the vaccine field.