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The University of Southampton
Population Health

About us

We promote Population Health research within the university and externally through networking events, seminars, conferences and distinguished guest lectures. We aim to:
- encourage interdisciplinary grant applications and the publication of peer -reviewed papers in high quality journals:
- develop and co-ordinate systematic training in Population Health at Masters and PhD levels and support early career researchers
- build on external research partnerships in the UK and internationally and disseminate the findings of our research  in Population Health

The Co-Chairs of Population Health are: 


Nyovani Madise Professor, Social Sciences
Paul Roderick Professor, Medicine
Graham Moon Professor, Geography and the Environment
Cyrus Cooper, Professor, Rheumatology 

  Population Health steering group members:

Jane Falkingham, Professor of Demography and International Social Policy

Marcus Grace, Senior Lecturer in Science Education

Allan Hill, Professor of Population and International Health

Vicky Hosegood Reader in Demography 

Hazel Inskip, Professor of Statistical Epidemiology

Barrie Margetts, Professor of Public Health Nutrition

Zoe Matthews, Professor of Global Health and Social Statistics

Carl May Professor of Health Care Innovation 

Nuala McGrath, Reader in Infectious Disease Epidemiology

Ruaraidh Milne, Professorial Fellow in Public Health

Andrew Mortimore, Director of Public Health, Southampton City

Sabu Padmadas, Reader in Demography

Julie Parkes, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Public Health

Anne Rogers Professor of Health Sysems Implementation

Peter Smith, Professor of Social Statistics

Lucy Yardley, Professor of Health Psychology

 

Interdisciplinary Research Coordinator: Frances Clarke (fmc@soton.ac.uk)

 

 

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