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Mrs Soazig Clifton
318
3rd Floor, Mortimer Market Centre
off Capper Street
London
London
wc1e 6jb
Tel: 02031082071
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • Infection & Population Health
  • Institute for Global Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography

I joined the Centre for Sexual Health and HIV Research in 2012, following six years as a researcher co-ordinating large-scale population health surveys at NatCen Social Research. In 2015 I began a two-year NIHR Research Methods fellowship, and as part of this fellowship I recently completed an MSc in Epidemiology at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


In additional to publishing findings in peer-reviewed journals, I am interested in other ways of achieving impact for scientific research. I lead on public engagement for the National Surveys of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (www.natsal.ac.uk), including a range of artistic collaborations, youth projects, and public events to promote discussion of the research and of sex more generally. In 2015 I was awarded UCL Communications and Culture 'Communicator of the Year: Events and Festivals' in recognition of this work.

I take a keen interest in ethical issues in research, in particular in the practical management of ethical issues throughout the project lifecycle, and I am a member of the Marie Stopes International independent Ethics Review Committee.

Research Groups
Research Summary

My research areas of interest include:

  • Sexual behaviour
  • Sexually transmitted infections and sexual health service use
  • Survey methodology
  • The use of biological samples in health research
  • Antimicrobial resistance



Teaching Summary

My teaching includes: questionnaire design, research ethics, stakeholder engagement, epidemiology of sexually transmitted infections.

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