Mr Jimmy Morgan

BSc, MSc

  • BS8 2PS

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I completed my BSc in Applied Medical Sciences at Swansea University in 2020 which gave me a background in biomedical sciences and a keen interest in public health research. From there I completed a Master’s degree in Epidemiology at the University of Bristol where my thesis studied whether exposure to opioid substitution treatment in prison reduced the risk of recidivism and reimprisonment after release in a national observational cohort study. This project began my interest in cohort studies and epidemiological methods.

Since 2021 I have worked at the University of Bristol as a Research Associate in Beliefs, Behaviours, and Health for the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC). This role involves processing, analysing, and managing data from this unique multi-generational cohort study investigating health and social issues in Bristol. My research so far has primarily focused on the epidemiology of religion and the methods that can be used to study and improve our data. This includes the potential of selection bias caused by religious beliefs, how we measure religion, and the impact of religion on traumatic life events.


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