Imperial College London

Miss Sophie Coronini-Cronberg

Faculty of MedicineSchool of Public Health

Honorary Senior Lecturer







Reynolds BuildingCharing Cross Campus





On completion of training as a public health specialty registrar, Sophie took up her first Consultant in Public Health post with Bupa, where she was latterly the Head of Clinical & Cost Effectiveness. She is the first Public Health Consultant to be employed by Chelsea & Westminster NHS Foundation Trust Hospital (CWFT) in London, where Sophie currently works, and is the Educational Supervisor for a recently-accredited training placement for senior Public Health Specialty Registrars.

In January 2018, Sophie was made Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Primary Care and Public Health. Between 2012 and 2017 she was an Honorary Research Fellow with the department. Her research focus is applied research, with interests include the clinical and economic effectiveness of treatments and interventions to maximise health value gained, embedding evidence-based practice into healthcare commissioning and provision decisions, and assessment of health policies. In November 2019, Sophie was appointed the Implementation Lead for NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) North West London.  

Between 2015 and 2019, she was a Trustee for Home-Start Westminster, a charity that provides befriending and - separately - psychotherapy services for families with young children living in Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, or Hammersmith & Fulham boroughs. 

Sophie holds degrees from the University of Oxford and the Charité Medical School, Berlin, and is a Fellow of both the Faculty of Public Health, and The Royal Society for Public Health.

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

Coronini-Cronberg S, Bixby H, Laverty AA, et al., 2015, English National Health Service’s Savings Plan May Have Helped Reduce The Use Of Three ‘Low-Value’ Procedures, Health Affairs, ISSN:0278-2715

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