MRC IEU Biostore

Leading the development of causal analysis methods for application in population-based and clinical health sciences.

The MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit at the University of Bristol (IEU) conducts some of the UK's most advanced population health science research. It uses genetics, population data and experimental interventions to look for the underlying causes of chronic disease. 

Substantial investment from both the UK Medical Research Council and the University of Bristol provides resources for staff, research support and infrastructure to execute world-leading multi-disciplinary research in a vibrant, forward-looking environment.

More about the unit

Contacts

MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit
University of Bristol
Oakfield House
Oakfield Grove
Bristol
BS8 2BN
Tel: +44 (0)117 331 0098
Email: mrc-ieu@bristol.ac.uk

Population Health Sciences Symposium

Bristol Population health Science Institute Symposium

7th June, 2018 : 09.30 - 17.30
Bill Brown Design Suite, Queen's Building, Woodland Road

We would like to invite you to the Bristol Population Health Science Institute Annual Symposium, which will include talks and presentations by:

  • Professor Caroline Relton, Director of the Bristol Population Health Science Institute
  • Professor Richard Martin, Co-Director of the Bristol Population Health Science Institute
  • Early career researchers from across Population Health Science disciplines at the University of Bristol
  • Research Themes; 
    • Applied Health Research
    • Public Health and Public Health Law
    • Primary Care                  
    • Mental Health
    • Integrative Epidemiology 
    • Health Protection and Infectious Disease Epidemiology
    • Rsearch Synthesis and Decision Analysis  
    • Digital Health and Data Science 
    • Child Health 
    • Biosocial Research
    • Surgical Research
Registration deadline: 31 May Register here
 
PHSI Programme (PDF, 153kB)
 
We are inviting early career researchers to create posters in the area of Population Health Science. Posters should be A1 size and portrait orientation.  Feel free to bring an existing poster from previouse event. There will be a prize of £50 for 1st place and £25 each for two runners-up. To enter, add your details and poster title by 1 June.
 
In the evening we invite all delegates and members of the public to attend a lecture delivered by Professor Danny Dorling from Oxford - Professor of Geography & Environment. Registation for the public lecture register here

Contact information

For futher information, please contact population-health@bristol.ac.uk

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