Professor Laura Green
BBSRC Council member
Professor Green is an epidemiologist whose research is in endemic diseases of farmed livestock, taking a multidisciplinary approach working with biologists, mathematicians and psychologists to understand disease processes and control and adoption of changes in practice by end users. She has collaborated with scientists and knowledge exchange providers to improve the health and welfare of livestock. She was awarded the Royal Agricultural Society research medal in 2013 and an OBE for services to farmed livestock in 2017.
She is currently deputy Pro Vice Chancellor (interdisciplinary research and impact) at the University of Warwick, Chair of the BBSRC Agriculture and Food Security Strategy Advisory Panel and a member of the Food Standards Agency Science Council. She was on the UoA6 panel for the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.
Term ends: 31 March 2022