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Dr Nigel Field
Mortimer Market Centre
Off Tottenham Court Road
Tel: 020 3108 2092
  • Senior Clinical Training Fellow
  • Infection & Population Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences

Nigel Field (BSc, MPH, MB PhD, MFPH) is a NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Public Health and Infectious Disease Epidemiology in the Research Department of Infection and Population Health. His doctoral training was in virology and molecular biology, funded by the MRC, as a MB PhD student at UCL. He is also a Public Health registrar within London Deanery and undertakes regular clinical work in the Mortimer Market Centre Sexual Health Clinic. Since 2008, he has been part of the National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal-3) study team, and since 2012 has worked on the Infection and Immunity enhancement to Life Study. He is a member of the Marie Stopes International Ethics Review Committee, and works with the National Centre for Infectious Disease Surveillance and Control, Public Health England.

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Current major research projects:

  1. Natsal-3: National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles, focusing on general health and sexual well-being, and STI epidemiology. (www.natsal.ac.uk/natsal-3)
  2. Infection and Immunity Enhancement to Life Study: co-applicant on a Wellcome Trust-funded pilot aiming to understand how microorganisms, both pathogenic and the colonising microbiota, the immune system and other factors influence subsequent health outcomes. (www.lifestudy.ac.uk)
  3. South African platinum miner cohort: focusing on the impact of tuberculosis, HIV and antiretroviral treatment on mortality and causes of death in a large cohort study of South African platinum miners spanning the past twenty years.

Academic Background
2005 MBBS Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery – Medicine University College London
2004 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Cellular Pathology University College London
2000 BSc Bachelor of Science – Immunology University College London
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