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Laura Howe a statistical epidemiologist, whose research draws on life course and causal inference approaches to understand the development of physical and mental health across the life course, with a particular focus on social influences on health. She has experience of statistical methods for repeated measures data and methods for the integration of genetic data into epidemiological studies, and has carried out methodological research in these areas.
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1/04/18 → 30/09/20
A systematic literature review of methodological approaches, challenges, and opportunities in the application of Mendelian randomisation to lifecourse epidemiology.Power, G. M., Sanderson, E. C. M., Pagoni, P., Fraser, A., Morris, T. T., Prince, C., Frayling, T., Heron, J. E., Richardson, T. G., Richmond, R., Tyrrell, J., Davey Smith, G., Howe, L. D. & Tilling, K. M., 21 Jul 2023, (Accepted/In press) In: European Journal of Epidemiology.
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O’Loughlin, J., Casanova, F., Hughes, A. M. M., Fairhurst-Hunter, Z., Howe, L. D. & Tyrrell, J., 21 Jun 2023, (Accepted/In press) In: Translational Psychiatry.
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Early-life socioeconomic circumstances and the comorbidity of depression and overweight in adolescence and young adulthood: a prospective studyKilpi, F. C. & Howe, L. D., 23 Aug 2023, In: SSM - Population Health. 24, 101494.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen Access
- 1 Fellowship awarded competitively
Pop Health Scientist/Method - Longitudinal modelling of adiposity, its determinants and its health consequences across childhood and adolescence.
Laura D Howe (Recipient)1 Sept 2011 → 1 Sept 2015
Activity: Other activity types › Fellowship awarded competitively