Kings College London
"Charles Wolfe trained in Medicine at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in 1978. After two years in general practice, he went on to train in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, obtaining the MRCOG in 1985. He subsequently studied for an MD in neuroendocrine aspects of pregnancy as a research Fellow at St Thomas’ Hospital. He then trained in Public Health at St Thomas’ and became a Senior Lecturer/honorary Consultant at Guy’s and St Thomas’ in 1992 and was awarded a personal Chair in 2002. He then went on to become Head of the cross College Research Division of Health and Social Care in 2004 and Head of the Department of Public Health Sciences in 2006, and Department of Primary Care & Public Health Sciences in 2010. Charles has been involved in clinical management for over fifteen years, having been Director of Women’s Health at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, Director of Clinical Development and currently Director of R&D. He is a member of the NHS R&D Forum and sits on the HSRN Board. He is a member of the Stroke Association R&D committee, various Department of Health stroke working groups and the Intercollegiate Stroke Working Group. He is an NIHR Inaugural Senior Investigator."
Charles Wolfe is Professor of Public Health at King's College London. He trained in Public Health at St Thomas' Hospital, London, becoming an Honorary Consultant in 1992 and was awarded a personal Chair at King's College London in 2002. He is currently the King's Health Partners Lead for Public Health and Director of Research and Development at Guy's and St Thomas'. His research addresses epidemiological and health services research questions in stroke including estimating acute and longer term needs, the risk of stroke and chronic disease register methodology; and early supported discharge, secondary prevention, carer support and qualitative studies.