The Epidemiology and Public Health group (EPH) consists of experienced academics from a variety of background disciplines. Epidemiological, statistical and clinical trials skills are well represented alongside qualitative methods, medical sociology and evidence synthesis. The group conducts research into a broad area of public and population health problems, with aims to identify risk factors, understand contexts and evaluate potential interventions. Areas of interest are notably related to lifestyles and environment and related to an aging population.
Environmental epidemiology; emergence and spread of infectious disease linked to the environment; environmental factors linked to lifestyle; nutritional epidemiology.
Lifestyle interventions : dietary and physical activity; substance dependency and addiction, particularly tobacco control and smoking cessation.
Disability and development.
Nutrition and public health; dietary effects on musculoskeletal health and aging.
Evidence synthesis; methods for meta-analyses and systematic reviews.
Allan Clark (Senior Lecturer in Medical Statistics)
Paul Hunter (Professor of Medicine)
Andy Jones (Professor of Public Health)
Mizan Khondoker (Senior Lecturer in Medical Statistics)
David Livermore (Professor in Medical Microbiology)
Karen Milton (Lecturer in Public Health)
Caitlin Notley (Senior Lecturer in Mental Health)
Gill Price (Senior Lecturer in Medical Statistics)
Joanna Semlyen (Lecturer in Psychology and Medical Education)
Lee Shepstone (Professor of Medical Statistics)
Jane Skinner (Lecturer in Medical Statistics)
Fujian Song (Professor of Research Synthesis)
Ailsa Welch (Professor of Nutritional Epidemiology)
Senior Research Associates and Research Associates