Dr Sam Leary
B.Sc.(Sheff.), M.Sc.(R'dg), Ph.D.(Soton.)
Associate Professor in Applied StatisticsBristol Dental School
I am part of the Lifecourse Epidemiology and Population Oral Health Group (LEPOH). I work across a number of different areas, but my main research interests are (i) oral health research, (ii) physical activity and sedentary behaviour, (iii) lifecourse determinants of health, and (iv) pilot and feasibility studies.
My main teaching responsibilities involving designing and running quantitative research methods courses (based on e-lectures and interactive tutorials) for undergraduate and postgraduate dental students. I lead the theme of Evidence-Based Practice for the new dental curriculum which was launched in September 2019.
The impact of low iodine diets on people with differentiated thyroid cancer: A mixed methods systematic review protocol
DescriptionIntroduction: Around 3,200 people were diagnosed with differentiated thyroid cancer (DTC) in the UK in 2016, and the incidence is rising: it has been estimated that by 2025, the incidence…
Managing organisational unitBristol Dental School
Low iodine diet advice and differentiated thyroid cancer treatment: a historic exploration in three UK centres
Clinical Nutrition ESPEN
Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice
- E-pub ahead of print