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Prof Peter Congdon
Quantitative geography with particular interests in spatial epidemiology, health services research and Bayesian statistical modelling; small area health indicators and health performance indicators; epidemiology of psychiatric illness and chronic diseases; demographic models. Spatial statistical models in health and demographic applications, epidemiology, health inequalities, health prevalence estimation, health need indicators, Bayesian methods, suicidology
Prof Joan Morris
My work with Professor Sir Nicholas Wald is in evaluating the effectiveness of screening strategies for many different disorders, for example heart disease (including the meta-analytic work on the "polypill"?), familial hypercholesterolaemia, cystic fibrosis, fragile X syndrome, neural tube defects and Down syndrome. Recent work includes mathematically modeling the population effect of cascade testing for a range of disorders, as well as developing statistical methods in epidemiology.
Prof Attila Lorincz
I am an experienced research investigator in molecular diagnostics, epidemiology and clinical trials with specific training and skills in genetics, clinical microbiology, including virology and bacteriology. Current research interests and skills are in DNA methylation assays and in next generation deep sequencing for diagnostics in solid cancers.