• 28 Oct

    Awarded Scholarships

    PhD students Anna Isaacs and Anna Matthews have both successfully applied for and been awarded scholarships to attend the European Public Health Association Pre-Conference
  • 28 Oct

    Green spaces link to poorer mental health in women

    Moving to the countryside may be the dream of many stressed city-dwelling Scots – but new research shows that for women it may not be as beneficial as once believed.
  • 12 Sep


    Inaugural Lecture, Professor Laurence Moore
  • 20 Oct

    Chalmers Prize

    Dr Vittal Katikireddi was awarded the prestigious Chalmers prize at the recent Cochrane Collaboration Annual Colloquium in Hyderabad, India, for his poster entitled, 'How do systematic reviews incorporate assessment of study quality into the synthesis of evidence?
  • 22 Oct

    Maurice Bloch Seminar

    Professor David Stuckler - The global financial crisis has had a seismic impact upon the wealth of nations. But we have little sense of how it affects one of the most fundamental issues of all: our physical and mental health.
  • 22 Oct

    IHW Impact Toolkit Launch Workshop

    The Toolkit has been developed to assist researchers maximise the impact of their research by demonstrating the influence it has had on policy makers, and practitioners, and has led to improvements in services or business.
  • 13 Oct

    Royal Statistical Society Glasgow Local Group

    Since 1992, the UK Government has published so-called ‘school league tables’ summarizing the average educational attainment and progress made by pupils in each state-funded secondary school in England.
  • 24 Sep

    Maurice Bloch Seminar

    Research on the factors that determine healthy ageing has become a priority of governments and baby boomers. Healthy ageing is about optimal function for as long as possible, and about maintaining wellbeing; in other words keeping moving, keeping thinking, and keeping your spirits up!