GM Science Review Panel - Members' Interests

Professor Bernard Silverman FRS

Bernard Silverman is Professor of Statistics at Bristol University and Master-elect of St Peter's College, Oxford. He was a consultant to the "Lessons Learned" Inquiry into the Foot and Mouth Epidemic and has wide interests in both theoretical and practical statistics. He has served as chair of the Mathematics Committee of the Royal Society, as secretary of the Royal Statistical Society, and as President of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (USA).

Members have declared personal and non-personal interests, that are current or within the last 5 years as follows:

Personal Interests
(i.e. those involving payment to the member personally)

Non-Personal Interests

Name of Organisation

Nature of Interest

Name of Organisation

Nature of Interest

University of Bristol

Provost, Institute for Advanced Studies, since 2000

Royal Society

Fellow and member of various committees

University of Bristol

Professor of Statistics, since 1993

Institute of Mathematical Statistics, USA

President, 2000-01

Defence Analytical Services Agency

Member of Owner's Advisory Board since 1998

Church of England

Priest (nonstipendiary).

Member of General

Synod, 2000-

Cabinet Office

Consultant to Lessons Learned Inquiry on Foot and Mouth epidemic, 2002

National Trust

Life member (inactive)

Center for Advanced Studies, Palo Alto, California

Fellow, 1997-98

St Peter's College, Oxford

Master-elect. (Will become a material interest on 1 Oct 2003.)