Aileen Clarke is Professor of Public Health Research at Warwick Medical School. Her health services research involves using multidisciplinary methods to distil the best evidence and to promote its use at the policy, organisational, population and individual levels for quality improvement.
She is also Director of Warwick Evidence, one of just nine technology appraisal review teams across the UK. Warwick Evidence receives funding from the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) health technology assessment HTA programme.
Before joining Warwick Medical School in 2007, Aileen was a senior lecturer at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine where she also ran the MSc in Public Health. She went on to hold further posts at Barts and the London NHS Trust, and at the University of Oxford.
She has active links with national and international bodies including the Nuffield Trust, NICE, the NHS Confederation, the Faculty of Public Health Research Policy Committee, the Royal College of GPs and the Society for Medical Decision Making.
In 2008, Aileen was made a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and in 2012 a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
She is an editor for two international journals; Health Technology Assessment and the European Journal of Public Health.