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Dr Gareth Hagger-Johnson
W5.07
UCL Institute of Child Health
LONDON
WC1N 1EH
Tel: +44(0)207 905 2611
Fax: +44(0)207 419 6732
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • ICH - Molecular & Cellular Immunology
  • ICH Infect, Imm, Infla. & Physio Med
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
  • Senior Research Associate
  • Epidemiology & Public Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Research Summary

Gareth Hagger-Johnson's research falls between epidemiology, quantitative psychology and statistics. He studies how health behaviours and individual differences influence health, disease and employment patterns over the life course. He has worked on data from several large cohort studies including the Aberdeen Children of the 1950s (ACONF), Health and Lifestyle Survey (HALS), Lothian Birth Cohort 1936 (LBC1936), Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE) and Whitehall II. He is also interested in the causes and consequences of data linkage errors in administrative hospital data.

Gareth is on the editorial board of three journals:

  • Journal of Behavioral Medicine

  • Psychology & Sexuality

  • SAGE Open

Gareth is author/co-author of three books:

Teaching Summary

Gareth delivers lectures and tutorials on prospective cohort studies in epidemiology, principal components and factor analysis, and introductory health statistics.

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