Professor Laura Green

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Professor Green is an epidemiologist specialising in animal health and its wider impacts. She is deputy pro vice chancellor (research and impact) at the University of Warwick.

Professor Green is an epidemiologist specialising in animal health and its wider impacts.  She is deputy pro vice chancellor (research and impact) at the University of Warwick.  Her research has addressed a number of issues with a direct policy impact including the role of cattle in persistence of bovine tuberculosis, the relationship between somatic cell counts and mastitis in dairy cattle, and the link between foot trimming and lameness in sheep.  She is Chair of the BBSRC Agriculture and Food Security Advisory Panel, and a Member of the BBSRC chairs of advisory panels committee, the Animal Health Research Club and Animal Welfare Research Network.  She is a past chair of Committee A for BBSRC’s responsive mode funding and was a sub-panel member for REF2014.