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Daniel Mello-Jenkins

Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication


Daniel Mello-Jenkins


Daniel completed a BSc in Ecology and Environmental Biology at the University of Leeds in 2018 and an MSc in Science Communication at Imperial College London in 2020. During his time at Imperial, his work focussed on the visual communication of climate change in the media. After graduating, he worked for the NHS before joining the Winton Centre in August 2021.

At the Winton Centre he worked on producing a range of visual decision aids to help people make more informed choices about medical procedures and treatments.

Can You Handle the Evidence?

Test your skill at navigating evidence-by-numbers with one of our quick quizzes.

Journalists & Press Officers
Do you know your absolute from your relative risks? Your ORs from your HRs? Test yourself here.
Medical Professionals
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Legal Professionals
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Latest news

New NHS Decision Support Tools released!

22 November 2023

The Winton Centre have produced a suite of decision support tools for NHS England to help patients take part in share decision making.

Harding Prizes for useful and trustworthy communication in 2022 awarded!

20 April 2023

After casting the net wide across the world, the judges awarded the 2022 Harding Prize for Trustworthy Communication to an interactive calculator from the Institute of Fiscal Studies and a report from the Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology.

The search for the best evidence communication of 2022 begins!

25 November 2022

The Harding Prizes for communication in 2022 are now open for nominations at

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