Postgraduate research opportunities in Public Health

Postgraduate research opportunities in Public Health

Our staff supervise doctoral and postgraduate research in various subject areas relating to Public Health.

Please get in touch with the individual academic to find out about opportunities in their areas of research and supervision.

Daniel Mackay

Dr Daniel Mackay

Reader (Public Health)

Research interests: Chronic disease epidemiology and statistics, cross disciplinary data linkage, public health economics, applied econometrics for routine health data , forecasting and prediction, evaluation of public health interventions and tobacco control.

Rich Mitchell

Professor Rich Mitchell

Professor (MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit)

Research interests: The influence of physical and social environments on population health and health inequalities. Salutogenic and equigenic environments. Relationships between natural environments / green spaces and human health. Health and place. Secondary and spatial data analysis.

Dr David Morrison

Honorary Clinical Associate Professor (Institute of Health and Wellbeing)

Jill Pell

Professor Jill Pell

Director of Institute (Public Health)

Research interests: routine data and record linkage for research; chronic diseases epidemiology especially cardiovascular disease and tobacco control; natural experiments; ethnicity inequalities in health.

Cathy Johnman

Dr Cathy Johnman

Clinical Senior Lecturer / Honorary Consultant (School of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing)

Research interests: Investigating the influence of chronological and biological ageing on coronary arterial disease. Understanding the influence of ageing (and age-related diseases) on sexual health. Keywords: Cardiovascular epidemiology. Healthy ageing. Biological ageing. Sexual health.