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- MRC Fellow
- Primary Care & Population Health
- Institute of Epidemiology & Health
- Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Sheena qualified as a dental surgeon and after working in a teaching dental institute, pursued her interest in public health by completing a Masters in Public Health. She developed an interest in cardiovascular epidemiology and prevention with a focus on socioeconomic inequalities. She obtained her PhD during her MRC Fellowship. She is has completed her Specialist Training in Public Health (London Deanery) - as part of this, Sheena has worked on projects with a Primary Care Trust, Local Authority, Health Protection Unit and a tertiary hospital. She is working on a MRC Population Health Scientist Fellowship focusing on neighbourhood factors and age-related conditions including disability and poor oral health.
Cardiovascular epidemiology and prevention with a focus on socioeconomic factors.
Ageing and disability.
Oral health and well-being.
Evaluation of public health initiatives.
Current project focuses on the role of neighbourhood factors on chronic disease and disability in older age (MRC Population Health Scientist Fellowship).
|2009||PhD||Doctor of Philosophy – Public Health||University College London|
|2004||MPH||Master of Public Health – Public Health||University of Nottingham|
|2001||BDS||Bachelor of Dental Surgery – Pre-clinical Dentistry||BABA Farid University of Health Science|