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Wellbeing of Women 

Chief Executive Janet Lindsay

1st Floor, Fairgate House, 78 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1HB

Tel: 020 3697 7000 hello@wellbeingofwomen.org.uk


Board of Trustees
The charity is governed by a Board of Trustees comprising respected medical and lay members.
Sir Victor Blank (Chairman)
Eve Pollard OBE (Vice-Chairman)
Guy Thorpe-Beeston
Professor Peter Brocklehurst
Jackie Gittins
Lynn Hiestand
Gay Huey Evans OBE
Lady Helen Ward
Philip Jansen
Professor Mary Ann Lumsden
Miss Claire Mellon
Muir Moffat
Sir Ian Powell
Professor Steve Thornton
Debbie White
Margaret Horvath
Honorary President
Sir Marcus Setchell
Honorary Vice Presidents
Kathryn Gutteridge, President of the Royal College of Midwives
Mr Edward Morris, President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Professor Andrew Goddard, President of the Royal College of Physicians
Research Advisory Committee (RAC)
Our Research Advisory Committee is central to our selection of projects for funding. We have awarded a Certificate of Best Practice in Medical Health Peer Review by the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC).
Find out more about the RAC, the projects we fund and how to apply for funding here.


Professor Stephen Robson – Professor of Fetal Medicine, Newcastle University

Deputy chair

Dr David Williams – Associate Professor in Maternal Medicine, University College London

Researchers and clinicians

Professor Mohamed Abdel-Fattah – Clinical Chair in Gynaecology, University of Aberdeen

Professor Ahmed Ahmed – Professor of Gynaecological Oncology, University of Oxford

Professor William Atiomo – Clinical Associate Professor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Nottingham

Dr Kirstie Coxon – Associate Professor (Research) Midwifery, Kingston University London

Dr Ian Crocker – Senior Lecturer in Maternal and Fetal Health, University of Manchester

Professor Dharani Hapangama – Professor of Gynaecology, University of Liverpool

Dr Stamatina Iliodromiti – Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Queen Mary University of London

Professor Raheela Khan – Professor of Cellular Physiology, University of Nottingham

Dr Sarah Martin – Senior Lecturer and Deputy Centre Lead for Molecular Oncology, Queen Mary University of London

Professor Pierre Martin-Hirsch – Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Professor Linda McGowan – Leadership Chair-Applied Health Research, University of Leeds

Dr David McLernon – Senior Research Fellow in Medical Statistics, University of Aberdeen

Professor Julia Sanders – Professor of Clinical Nursing and Midwifery, Cardiff University

Professor Pauline Slade – Professor in Clinical Psychology, University of Liverpool

Professor Shakila Thangaratinam – Professor in Maternal and Perinatal Health, Queen Mary University of London

Professor Rachel Tribe – Professor of Maternal and Perinatal Sciences, King’s College London

Dr Manu Vatish – Senior Clinical Fellow in Obstetrics, University of Oxford

Professor Krina Zondervan – Professor of Reproductive and Genomic Epidemiology, University of Oxford

Midwifery Subcommittee

In addition to our RAC, we are also supported by our Midwifery Subcommittee which consists of three expert members in the field of midwifery research and who sit on behalf of Wellbeing of Women and the Royal College of Midwives.

Professor Julie Jomeen – Professor of Midwifery and Dean of Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Hull

Professor Vanora Hundley – Professor of Midwifery and Deputy Dean for Research and Professional Practice, University of Bournemouth

Dr Annette Briley – Consultant Midwife and Clinical Trials Manager, King’s College London

Our Ambassadors
Claire Anstee
Baroness Karren Brady of Knightsbridge CBE
Fiona Bruce
Julie Chakraverty
Dr Ed Coats
John Day
Naynesh Desai
Alice Fresson
Baroness Jenkin of Kennington
Jane Jones
Sinead Read
Amanda Ross
Kate Silverton
Dr Miriam Stoppard OBE
Claire Sweeney
Carol Vorderman MBE
Pollyanna Woodward
Rosie Tapner
Nicky Milner