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School of Education


Keynote Speaker

Invited Speakers

  • Professor Sheila M. Bird, based at the MRC's Biostatistics Unit in Cambridge, has an international reputation as a statistician researching a broad range of areas including epidemics, drugs-related deaths, and public health interventions but also the wider areas of criminal justice, veterinary science and military epidemiology. She has recently been particularly passionate about developing RCTs in the area of criminal justice.


  • Professor Clare Bambra, Director, Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing, Durham University. Clare studied political science (BSocSc, Birmingham) and comparative public policy (MA, PhD, Manchester) before moving into public health research. Her research is highly inter-disciplinary, applying theories and methods from the social sciences to epidemiology and public health. Her research focuses on health inequalities and the social determinants of health.