Kent Woods

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"Professor Sir Kent Woods qualified in medicine from Cambridge in 1972, followed by higher clinical training in Birmingham and epidemiological training at Harvard School of Public Health. In 1984 he was appointed Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacology at Leicester University, where he now holds a personal chair in therapeutics. His clinical and research interests have been in coronary heart disease. He was Regional Director of R&D, NHS Executive Trent, from 1995-1999 before becoming Director of the NHS Health Technology Assessment programme. Kent took up the post of Chief Executive at the MHRA in January 2004."[1]


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  1. MHRA Kent Woods, organizational web page, accessed February 24, 2013.