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Dr Mai Stafford
3rd floor
MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing
33 Bedford Place
London
WC1B 5JU
Appointment
  • Reader in Social Epidemiology
  • Population Science & Experimental Medici
  • Institute of Cardiovascular Science
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Research Themes
Research Summary
Mai has recently been looking at the links between neighbourhood environments and health, examining factors such as neighbourhood deprivation, social capital, ethnic density and segregation. Her work also has a methodological focus on multilevel modelling to investigate contextual effects on health. In 2010 she joined the MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing and is using data from the 1946 British birth cohort study to look at the social environment, health and ageing. Prior to that, she worked on a range of UK datasets, including the English Longitudinal Study for Ageing and the Whitehall II study.
Teaching Summary
Mai is course tutor for three statistics courses run through the UCL Graduate School covering multilevel modelling and longitudinal data analysis.
Academic Background
1993 MSc Master of Science – Medical Statistics London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
1991 BSc Bachelor of Science – Mathematics University of Nottingham
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