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Division of Epidemiology and Public Health

Who we are

We are researchers working at the interface of clinical practice and public health, in disciplines including epidemiology, statistics, economics, qualitative methods, clinical science and health policy.

Our people 

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What we do

From Professor Jo Leonardi-Bee, Head of Division:

Our aim is to deliver research that improves health and wellbeing by recruiting, developing and empowering gifted researchers working across the spectrum of public health; and by generating research which leads to positive changes in policy and practice across a range of clinical and public health research priority areas.

We teach public health and epidemiology on the undergraduate BMedSci course, deliver postgraduate taught courses via the Masters in Public Health (MPH) and MPH (Global Health) programmes, have a thriving PhD programme, and deliver a range of short courses in epidemiology and statistics, generating academic public health and epidemiology capacity for the future.

 

Research

Our research spans a broad spectrum of clinical epidemiology and public health, and the design and development of health service delivery.

The majority of our research is carried by the following groups:

 

 

 

 

 

School of Medicine

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

Contacts: Please see our 'contact us' page for further details