'1pm' Seminar Series

Date Time Venue Title Speaker
Tuesday 27th June 2017 1pm-2pn  106, Roberts 'Does urban regeneration reduce health inequalities? Quantitative and qualitative evidence from Glasgow’s GoWell study' Professor Matt Egan, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Wednesday 31st May 2017
1pm-2pm
 Galton LT

'Health effects of exposure to air pollution and other environmental variables: overview and synergies with socio-economic factors.'

Professor Klea Katsouyanni, Kings College London
Wednesday 10th May 2017
1pm-2pm 
Galton LT
1) Introduction to the European Multi-country cOllaborative project on the rOle of Diet, FOod-related behaviour, and Obesity in the prevention of Depression (MooDFOOD) -Preventing depression through food. 2) Are dietary patterns and depressive symptoms related? 3. Association of sugar intake from sweet food/beverages with mood disorders in Whitehall II using repeated measures follow-up data over 22 years
Ms Anika Knüppel & Ms Esther Vermeulen
Wednesday 26th April 2017
1pm-2pm

Christopher Ingold Building XLG1 Chemistry LT

'Ageing & mental health across cultures: An overview of the 10/66 Dementia Research Group’

Dr Matthew Prina,

King's College London

Thursday 6th April 2017
1pm-2pm
Galton LT 'Mastery in older age: life time predictors and the consequences for ageing well'
Ms Fran Harkness PhD student
Wednesday 29th March 2017
1pm-2pm
Galton LT 

‘Adolescent drinking patterns in Chile: Does school deprivation matter?’

‘Longitudinal associations between co-occurring health-related behaviours and depressive patterns among older adults: A case from Japan’

‘Social influences on health-related behaviour clustering during mid-adulthood in two British birth cohort studies’

Dr. Noriko Cable, Mrs. Maria Francisca Roman Mella, Ms. Claire Mawditt
Monday 27th March 2017
1pm-2pm
Galton LT
'A population based epidemiologic study on the prevalence and risk factors of cardiovascular diseases in The Gambia'
Mr Bai Cham PhD student
Monday 13th March 2017
1pm-2pm 
Galton LT
'The development and evaluation of an online patient simulation training tool to improve the clinical decision-making skills of medical students'
Ms Ruth Plackett PhD student
Friday 10th March 2017
1pm-2pm
Cruciform LT2 
'The impact of child health and parent health and behaviour on child's cognition and mental health'
Ms Areej Alali PhD student
Wednesday 1st March 2017
1.30-2.30
Roberts Building room 421
Cancer screening as a teachable moment for risk reduction behaviour’
Ms Claire Stevens PhD student
Friday 24th February 2017
1pm-2pm 
Cruciform LT2 
The relationship between socioeconomic position and healthy ageing trajectories in the UK, US, China and Japan: evidence from the Health and Retirement Study (HRS), the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA), the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study (CHARLS) and the Japanese Study of Ageing and Retirement (JSTAR)
Ms Wentian Lu PhD student
Friday 10th February 2017
1pm-2pm
Cruciform LT2
'The effect of school environment on socio-emotional well-being and educational attainment at age 11 – Evidence from the UK Millennium Cohort Study'
Mr Alexis Karamanos PhD student
Tuesday 31st January 2017  1pm-2pm  Galton LT   'Development and evaluation of a mobile phone application to increase cancer survivors’ participation in physical activity'  Ms Anna Roberts PhD student 
Monday 23rd January 2017  1pm-2pm  Galton LT  'Work and family characteristics across adulthood in relation to extended working lives: evidence from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing' Dr Paola Zaninotto Lecturer in statistics 
Thursday 19th January 2017 1pm-2pm  Galton LT  Variation in presenting symptoms and diagnostic intervals among patients with cancer’ Ms Monica Koo PhD student 
         
Friday 30th September 2016
1pm-2pm 
G37 & G38 Atypical working patterns and mental health Ms Gillian  Weston PhD student
Friday 23rd September 2016
1pm-2pm 
 G37&G38 'The relationship between colour/race and dental service utilisation: exploring individual and contextual determinants among a national sample of Brazilian adults’ Ms Helena Mendes Constante PhD student
Thursday 8th September 2016  1pm-2pm  Galton LT

'Use of Health Behaviour Theory in Funded Grant Proposals: Cancer Screening Interventions as a Case Study'

Dr Sarah Kobrin Acting Chief of the Health Systems and Interventions Research Branch, U.S. National Cancer Institute
Monday 11th July 2016 1pm-2pm  G37 & G38  'A review of trends in mortality and morbidity due to RTIs in Namibia: What are the associated risk factors and current interventions?' Mr Mitchel Chatukuta PhD student
Friday 8th July 2016 1pm-2pm  G37 & G38 'The aetiology of food and drink preferences, and relationships with weight' Ms Andrea Smith  PhD student    
Tuesday 5th July 2016  1pm-2pm  G37 & G38  TBA  
Friday 10th June 2016  1pm-2pm   G37 & G38    'Learning technologies'  Mr Sean Gainford  Learning Technologist 
Tuesday 7th June 2016 1pm-2pm   G37 & G38    'An Overview of the ESRC International Centre for Lifecourse Studies in Society & Health' Dr Anne McMunn and Prof Yvonne Kelly
Friday 27th May 2016  1pm-2pm   G37 & G38    'Health behaviour change among teenage and young adult cancer survivors'  Ms Gemma Pugh  PhD student    
Friday 6th May 2016  1pm-2pm  G37  Diet, adiposity and depression: Is there a bidirectional association?’ Ms Anika Knüppel  PhD student    
Tuesday 3rd May 2016  1pm-2pm  G37 & G38   'The Institute of Health Equity: our work' Researchers from the Institute for Health Equity
Friday 22nd April 2016  1pm-2pm G37 & G38   'Interaction of the social and physical environment in the generation of physical activity'  Ms Alexia Sawyer PhD student    
Tuesday 19th April 2016  11.00-12.00 G37 & G38   ‘The Socio-Cultural Construction of Childhood Disability in Egypt Parental Decision Making and Implications for Access to Education and Social Participation’ Mr Steven Marcos PhD student     
Tuesday 22nd March 2016  1pm-2pm  G37 & G38  'Global Disability and Social Determinants of Health: Research at the Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre' Professor Nora Groce
Friday 18th March 2016  1pm-2pm G37 & G38   'Mental Health and Wellbeing in Early Old Age: Associations with Religion across the Life Course’ Ms Aradhna Kaushal PhD student  
Friday 11th March 2016  11.00-12.00 G37 & G38   ‘Long-term economic and health consequences of worklessness in young people in England and Wales - The “shadows” of Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET)’ Ms Wei Xun PhD student  
Monday 7th March 2016 1pm-2pm G37 & G38   Resilience in early old age: defining “risk”’ Mr Sol Richardson PhD student   
Friday 4th March 2016  1pm-2pm  G37&G38  'The aetiology of emotional eating in childhood and its association with weight’ Mr Moritz Herle  PhD student   
Wednesday 17th February 2016  12.00-1pm  G37 & G38   'The role of psychosocial stressors in the home environment on socioemotional difficulties and being overweight in childhood: Findings from the Millennium Cohort Study’ Ms Hanna Creese PhD student  
Tuesday 2nd February 2016  1pm-2pm G37 & G38   'The psychobiology of health and illness: study design and methods' Researchers from the Psychobiology Research Group
Tuesday 19th January 2016  1pm-2pm G37 & G38   TBA  Researchers from the Central and East European Research Group

Previous seminars: 2005-2015

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