Dr Neil J Goulding

BSC(Cardiff University), PHD(Cardiff University)

  • BS8 2PS

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I graduated with a PhD in Mathematics at Cardiff University. I have been working at the University of Bristol since 2012, initially working as a mathematical and statistical modeler in the Schools of Earth Sciences and Geography. I joined the Bristol Medical School in 2017, modelling stimulant use from wastewater data, alongside other epidemiological data sources. More recently, I was a member of the Integrative Epidemiology Unit (IEU), working with Professor Deborah Lawlor on projects using metabolomics data in epidemiological studies to explore their causal role and/or ability to accurately predict risk in reproductive, perinatal or cardiometabolic health.

I am currently a member of the Beliefs, Behaviours and Health Research Programme, within the Centre for Academic Child Health. I am working with Dr Matt Suderman and Professor Jean Goulding, examining ways in which biomarkers from the proteome mediate or interact with religious and/or spiritual beliefs and associated behaviours and their impact on mental and physical health and well-being of participants from infancy to adulthood in ALSPAC. 


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