XClose

UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

Home

Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

Menu

CENB: Clinical Epidemiology, Nutrition and Biostatistics

Our research and teaching interests include health services, infections, nutrition, screening and surveillance, developing methods to use and understand research data and biostatistical methods.

Bianca De Stavola

Mary Fewtrell

Ruth Gilbert

Pia Hardelid

Katie Harron

Julie Lanigan

Placeholder

 

Placeholder

Claire Thorne

Placeholder

Placeholder

 

    Research Groups

    Biostatistics

    Pen pointing at chart
    Our statisticians have an international reputation for their work developing new statistical methods to analyse human growth and development and constructing age-related reference ranges in a variety of conditions and measures

    Child Health Informatics Group

    Smiling Cartoon Child In Rocket
    The Child Health Informatics Group capitalises on the opportunities for research offered by administrative datasets routinely collected by government departments and other statutory bodies to create rich resources for policy-relevant research

    Children and Families Policy Research Unit

    National Institute for Health Research Policy Research Unit Children and Families
    Conducting high-quality research to support the development of evidence-based policy to improve the health of children and families

    Infections Group

    Pile of anitibiotic pills
    Our research is focussed on understanding infections in pregnancy and childhood, with an emphasis on prevention of vertical (mother-to-child) transmission, delineating risks for adverse outcomes and addressing key questions central to clinical practice and public health

    Nutrition

    Avocados Chili Peppers
    Our paediatric nutrition research spans cognitive function, cardiovascular health, bone health, body composition, biochemistry, dietetics, energy metabolism and staple isotope research
     

    Trim Tots

    Trim Tots Logo
    Trim Tots Community Interest Company was formed to tackle obesity through the delivery and roll out of Planet Munch Healthy Lifestyle Programme