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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.

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We the Curious North Gallery by Alex Smye-Rumsby
We The Curious North Gallery. Photograph by Alex Smye-Rumsby

MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit Quinquennial Showcase

Tuesday 1st May, 2018

We The Curious, Bristol


To celebrate the award of a further five years of funding and the achievements of the past five years, The MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit at the University of Bristol (MRC IEU) will host a Quinquennial Showcase. This is an all-day event with a keynote lecture from Dr Andrew Plump, Chief Medical and Scientific Officer, Takeda. You will also hear from MRC IEU Director, Professor George Davey Smith, the IEU programme leads and early career researchers and can participate in several interactive demonstrations and discussions.

Re-live moments from the MRC IEU launch in 2013 by viewing the video.

This event is open to all with an interest in the work of the MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit.

To attend please either:

Book a ticket at Eventbrite -

or reply to Anne Walsh (


MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit
University of Bristol
Oakfield House
Oakfield Grove
Tel: +44 (0)117 331 0098

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