- Group summary: Our work has led to significant patient benefit through the delivery of transdisciplinary research in a number of key areas, including in epidemiology, biostatistics, health services and clinical practice.
What we do
The Clinical and Population Sciences Department delivers transdisciplinary epidemiological, biostatistical, health services and clinical research geared towards translating cardiovascular and cardiometabolic research into effective societal benefit.
We have a track record in internationally-leading research in applied epidemiology, development of research methodology, randomised controlled trials, nationwide clinical registers, observational cohorts and health informatics data. We work closely with local, national and international research groups to uncover new mechanistic pathways and novel therapeutic targets that can be taken from bench to bedside and into clinical studies.
Who we are
Professor Chris Gale
Professor Chris Gale – Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine
Professor Mark Gilthorpe – Professor of Statistical Epidemiology
Professor Peter Grant – Professor of Diabetes & Endocrinology
Professor Alistair Hall – Professor of Cardiology
Professor Laura Hardie – Professor of Nutrition Metabolism and Health
Professor Eleanor Scott – Professor of Diabetes & Maternal Health
Dr Ramzi Ajjan – Associate Professor of Diabetes & Endocrinology
Dr George Ellison – Associate Professor of Epidemiology
Dr Richard Feltbower – Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology
Dr Darren Greenwood – Senior Lecturer in Biostatistics
Dr Kirti Kain – Senior Lecturer in Community Diabetes
Dr Roger Parslow – Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology
Dr Michael Routledge – Associate Professor of Environmental Toxicology
Dr Klaus Witte – Senior Clinical Lecturer in Cardiology & University Academic Fellow
Mr John Gierula – NIHR Post-Doctoral Fellow and Lecturer in Cardiac Physiology
Dr Marlous Hall – Sir Henry Wellcome Fellow and University Academic Fellow
Dr Wendy Harrison – Lecturer in Biostatistics
Dr Theresa Munyombwe – Lecturer in Biostatistics