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Prof Angie Wade
30 Guilford Street
Tel: 2079052332
  • Professor of Medical Statistics
  • ICH Pop, Policy & Practice Prog
  • Institute of Child Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences

After a period working as a research statistician for Help the Hospices care of the dying project at UCL Community Medicine, Angie Wade joined the Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street hospital to provide statistical support for researchers. Since joining ICH in 1990, she has developed an extensive teaching program and provided, or contributed to, the advisory service. The Statistical Support Service( www.ucl.ac.uk/ich/services/sss ) had been in operation formally since 2000 and she was Director of this from Oct 2011 until April 2014 overseeing a change of operation to full cost-recovery. She has worked as an expert witness within high profile cases of child abuse, is a member of the Wellcome Bloomsbury Centre Policy Group and runs a local Statistics Group, comprising all statisticians employed within UCL ICH and GOSH. 

Research Summary

Angie Wade is an experienced research statistician with over 130 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters. Currently she has collaborative grants with the Wellcome Trust, British Heart Foundation, CF Trust, NIHR and the MRC. Previous collaborative grants have been with the Birth Defects Foundation, Ka Tutandike charitable trust (to provide research support in Uganda), SPARKS, Action Research, the National Kidney Research Foundation and the British Association of Pediatric Surgeons. Other research related activities include statistical journal editorship (BMJ and Journal of Clinical Pathology) and review, expert panel membership (HTA, NIHR and NHS R&D review) and PhD supervision. Her own PhD was on the construction of cross-sectional covariate related centiles using likelihood-based methods and she has continued to publish in this area.

Teaching Summary

Angie Wade has been involved in the provision of statistical training to medically based non-statisticians since 1988. She is currently Director of the Centre for Applied Statistics Courses (CASC) at the UCL Institute of Child Health which runs a wide range of introductory statistics courses. Details of courses can be found on her website www.ucl.ac.uk/stats-courses. Additionally, she runs several MSC modules, a BSc module and provides training for MRCPCH students in the form of formal lectures and written material. Angie has previously provided training in Nepal and Uganda, the latter primarily for students with disabilities. Teaching is a major part of her academic life, she is an active member of local teaching committees and chair of an examining board.

01-SEP-1999 Senior Lecturer in Medical Statistics Institute of Child Health UCL, United Kingdom
01-JAN-1990 – 01-SEP-1999 Lecturer in Medical Statistics Paediatric Epidemiology Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hosptial, United Kingdom
14-SEP-1986 – 31-DEC-1989 Research statistician Community Medicine UCL, United Kingdom
Academic Background
2009 NVQ National Vocational Qualification – Management University College London
1997 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Statistics University of London
1986 MSc Master of Science – Applied Statistics University College London
1985 BSc Bachelor of Science – Mathematics University College London
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