Join the club for FREE to access the whole archive and other member benefits.

Oxford Population Health

One of the largest medical science division in the University of Oxford

NDPH is a medical science division of the University of Oxford, created in July 2013 to undertake research and train scientists to seek answers to some of the most important questions about the causes, prevention and treatment of disease.

Visit website: https://www.ndph.ox.ac.uk/

 OxPopulationHealth

 oxford-population-health

 Oxford_NDPH

 UCJyAQFRYIMXlEKbCzazC7vw

See also: Academia University of Oxford - Collegiate research university and one of the world's leading universities

People at Oxford Population Health

Qi Feng

Epidemiologist in the University of Oxford's Nuffield Department of Population Health

Lauren Bandy

Early Career Research Fellow at Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford

Peter Scarborough

Associate Professor in the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford

Keren Papier

Nutritional Epidemiologist at Nuffield Department of Population Health

Oxford Population Health News

Short Sleep Duration May Have Minimal Impact on Dementia Risk

Oxford Population Health - 21-Apr-2023

Dr. Angel Wong, lead author, concludes that any increase in dementia risk due to shorter sleep duration is likely very small

Read more...

Added sugar and fruit juice increases risk of cardiovascular disease

Nuffield Department of Population Health - 15-Feb-2023

<p>Higher intake of free sugars&nbsp; is associated with a higher risk of developing cardiovascul...

Read more...

Screening for DPYD variants can enable personalised chemotherapy treatment

Nuffield Department of Population Health - 27-Apr-2022

Chemotherapy treats patients but the lethal effect could be gotten down by preliminary testing

Read more...

Despite nutrient reformulation targets, most companies sell unhealthy foods

Nuffield Department of Population Health - 04-Aug-2021

Food firms in UK failed to meet targets for reducing calories, sugar and salt in their products

Read more...

Sugary drinks tax will help reduce overweight and obesity

Nuffield Department of Population Health - 10-Apr-2021

UK's soft drinks levy encourages both manufacturers and consumers for low sugar alternatives

Read more...