Andrew James Williams BMedSci MPH

Personal details

Contact details:


+44 (0)1392 726028 / +44(0)1392 264998


Date of Birth:

7th June 1985





Peninsula College of Medicine & Dentisty

MPhil/PhD in Health Studies

Thesis: Determination of school-based contextual factors and their associations with prevalence of overweight and obese children.


University of Birmingham

MPH with Merit
The University of Birmingham Masters of Public Health emphasises statistics, I undertook all mandatory modules and the following optional modules; Public Health Microbiology, Advanced Statistical Methods, Advanced Applied Epidemiology and Health Economics.

Dissertation: Population-based risks of diabetes mellitus in survivors of childhood cancer: the British Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.


Peninsula Medical School



Professional/research experience

March 15 2012 - March 16 2012:

Palace Hotel, Torquay, Devon

Oral presentation at the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry Graduate School Annual Research Event.


Peer reviewer for Child: Care, Health and Development


Peer reviewer for the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports.

November 30 2011:

University of Exeter

Complexity reading group - a reading group on complexity theory, reading and discussing books like How the Leopard Changes its Spots by Brian Goodwin and Tree of Knowledge by Humberto Manturana and Francisco Varela.

March 10 2011 - March 11 2011:

Palace Hotel, Torquay, Devon

Presentation of my research to the Graduate School of the Peninsula College of Medicine & Dentistry at the Annual Research Event.  I was awarded the Sir Graham (Bob) Wilkins postgraduate research prize for the second best presentation given at the event.

March 9 2011:

Veysey Building, Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, Exeter

Presentation of the progress in my research to the Child Health research team and an introduction to multilevel modelling.

December 16 2010:

Richards Building, University of Exeter

Presentation on my research to the Children's Health and Exercise Research Group.


CV: Membership of Professional Bodies/Professional Qualifications


Radical Statistics Group