Analysing large data sets about populations is central to our research. Most of our research deals with children, and changes related to development must be taken into consideration in our analyses. Developing methods to analyse longitudinal data and correctly applying these methods to create analytical tools that can be used by other researchers is an important part of our work.
- Co-occurrence and clustering of adverse health outcomes
- Genetic information and intellectual disability
- HCV in Pregnancy
- Hepatitis B in Pregnancy Audit
- Lead exposure
- Physical activity: what determines how active or sedentary children are?
- UK Collaborative Study of Congenital Heart Defects (UKCSCHD)
- UK Collaborative Study of Congenital Hypothyroidism (UKCS-CHT)
- Vision and eyes - measuring vision
- Vision and eyes - primary intraocular lens implantation
- Vision and eyes - optimal perimetric testing in children (OPTIC)