Peter Martin is Lecturer in Applied Statistics at University College London. One of the joys of being a statistician is that it opens doors to research collaborations with many people in diverse fields. Peter has been involved in investigations in life course research, survey methodology, and the analysis of racism. In recent years his work has focused on health inequalities, psychotherapy, and the evaluation of healthcare services.
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