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Andrew Mott
Research Fellow (Trial Coordinator)



Andrew joined York Trials Unit in September 2017. He has worked on both surgical and wound trials as a trial coordinator. He has also undertaken research using a range of methods including Systematic Reviews, quasi-experimental methods, and methodological research.

Andrew currently holds an NIHR Pre-Doctoral Fellowship during which he is undertaking preliminary research regarding interventions for improving the design and conduct of research.


  • BSc Biomedical Science, St. Georges University of London
  • MSc Applied Health Research, University of York



  • PERISCOPE - What are the benefits and harms of continuation versus stoppage of biologics in patients with inflammatory arthritis (IA) undergoing orthopaedic surgery?

Previous Projects

  • ACE To HEAR - A randomised controlled feasibility trial of the active communication education programme plus hearing-aid versus hearing-aid provision alone.
  • DISC - Dupuytren's Interventions: Surgery vs Collagenase.
  • PROFHER 2 - PROximal Fracture of the Humerus: Evaluation by Randomisation Trial no. 2.
  • SWHSI-2 - A pragmatic multicentre randomised controlled trial to assess the clinical and cost effectiveness of negative pressure wound therapy versus usual care for surgical wounds healing by secondary intention.

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Andrew Mott

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Andrew Mott
Research Fellow (Trial Coordinator)

Tel: 01904 32(1727)