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Bradford Hill seminars at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health

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The Bradford Hill seminar series is the principal seminar series at Cambridge Institute of Public Health.

Three seminars per term are planned by a Working Group representing CIPH partners. The Group is chaired by Esther van Sluijs (CEDAR/MRC Epidemiology Unit). Members are Greg Irving and Juliet Usher-Smith (PCU), Gurdeep Sagoo (PHG), John Battersby (PHE), Louise Lafortune (DPHPC), Stephen Burgess (DPHPC), Rosa Attwood (CIPH).

The programme of internationally recognised speakers covers topics of broad interest to our public health research community. The programme aims to transcend as well as connect the activities of our individual CIPH partners.

The Cambridge Institute of Public Health generates evidence and knowledge to improve public health. We use our research, teaching and analysis to promote well-being, prevent disease and reduce health inequalities.

We are a multi-disciplinary partnership of academics and public health professionals, based at the School of Clinical Medicine.

All are welcome at our Bradford Hill seminars.

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If you have a question about this list, please contact: Dr Esther van Sluijs; Rosa Attwood; IPH; Danielle Cannon; Stevie Mordey; hw523. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.

1 upcoming talk and 119 talks in the archive.

Paediatric Genomics - what have we learnt so far?


UserProfessor Brian H. Y. Chung, Clinical Associate Professor of the Department of Paediatrics, Hong Kong University.

HouseLarge Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Institute of Public Health, University Forvie Site, Robinson Way, Cambridge.

ClockFriday 13 March 2020, 13:00-14:00

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