LCP: Dr Ben Bray

Ben Bray, LCP
Ben Bray

Financial, actuarial and business consultancy LCP has appointed Dr Ben Bray as a principal in its health analytics team.

Bray is a medical doctor and epidemiologist with a clinical background in nephrology and public health. He has more than 10 years’ experience in academia and industry in health data science and in designing and executing scientific studies using real world health data. He has also developed advanced analytics solutions to support healthcare providers and life sciences companies.

His previous roles have included head of epidemiology for data science and principal in genomics at a contract research organisation, clinical lead (stroke) for the National Cardiovascular Intelligence Network of Public Health England, and clinical advisor to NHS England and NHS Kidney Care. He is honorary senior clinical lecturer at King’s College London, where he works on research into machine learning analytics using large health databases, and is an author on more than 40 peer reviewed publications and sits on the editorial board of the Drug Safety journal.

Bray is a member of the Royal College of Physicians and Faculty of Public Health, and fellow of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics.

Dr Jonathan Pearson-Stuttard, head of LCP’s health analytics team, said: “Our first year has confirmed the overwhelming need to bring clarity to increasingly complex health demands from ageing populations with increasing multimorbidity. Ben’s expertise across industry, academia and clinical medicine gives him a unique perspective to leverage the latest data and our cutting-edge modelling to put timely actionable data in the hands of key stakeholders to address these challenges and drive a healthier tomorrow.”

Bray commented: “I am very excited to be joining the health analytics team at this important time in its evolution and growth. The team has advanced impressively over the past 12 months, and I look forward to working alongside them to help build on the work to date in supporting decision-makers to drive better health outcomes.”

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