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Dr Linda Ng Fat
302
1-19 Torrington Place
London
United Kingdom
WC1E 7HB.
Tel: 02076798235
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • Epidemiology & Public Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Research Groups
Research Summary

Linda Ng Fat is currently a post-doctoral researcher with the Whitehall II research group working with Professor Annie Britton on her ERC-MRC-ARUK funded grant 'Alcohol Consumption through the lifecourse'. 

Linda Ng Fat is also a Research Associate within the Health and Social Surveys Research Group (HSSRG). She is a chapter author for the annual Health Survey for England reports, and was Principal Investigator of a grant that explored trends in non-drinking among young people.

Linda is a member of the Society of Social Medicine (SSM), and is the Mentoring Officer and Acting Deputy Chair within the Early Career Researcher (SSM ECR) subcommitee. 

Linda graduated with a PhD in 2014, which focused on alcohol consumption using large longitudinal prospective cohorts; work which won her the Kettil-Brunn Society (KBS) Best Early Career Researcher Award. She has an MSc in Social Research Methods from the London School of Economics (LSE), and graduated with a first class honours in BA Economics and Philosophy at UCL. 


Teaching Summary

Linda co-leads and lectures on the one-unit module 'Measuring Population Health' on the BSc Population Health, including lectures on 'Measuring Tobacco and Alcohol Consumption'. 

She is qualified as an Associate Fellow from the Higher Education Academy.

She has supervised BSc Population Health, and MSc Social Epidemiology dissertations. She is on the supervisory panel for two PhD students, one exploring the relationship between acculturation and alcohol consumption, and another looking at risk-factors for CVD in the Gambia


Academic Background
2014 AFHEA ATQ02 - Recognised by the HEA as an Associate Fellow – Teaching Higher Education Academy
2014 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Public Health and Epidemiology University College London
2010 MSc Master of Science – Social Research Methods (Human Geography) London School of Economics and Political Science
2007 BA Bachelor of Arts – Economics and Philosophy University College London
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