Inaugural Lectures

Inaugural Lectures

Professor Cornelia van Duijn

Crossing the divide between genomics and epidemiology: the curious case of Alzheimer’s Disease

28 November 2019

Professor Philip Clarke

Tackling diabetes in the 21st century: an economic road map

12 November 2019

Professor Louise Bowman

Ask the right question, get the right answer

13 March 2019

Professor Sarah Lewington

Halving premature mortality: thinking big, keeping it simple

18 February 2019

Professor Robert Hills

Clinical Trials: working out who benfits

31 January 2019

Professor David Hunter

Is Big Epidemiology Better Epidemiology?

8 June 2018

Professor Thomas Nichols

Challenges and opportunities in population neuroimaging

31 January 2018

Professor Sarah Parish

Hearts, Minds and Lives

18 January 2016

Professor Martin Landray

Big trials, Big data, big potential: Population health research in the 21st century

30 November 2015

Professor Robert Clarke

Biomarkers and Cardiovascular Disease: Promises and Pitfalls

20 October 2015

Professor Marian Knight

Maternal sepsis – The past or the future?

20 May 2015

Professor Mike Rayner

God, Evolution, Global Warming and Heart Disease: A personal reflection on population health

18 May 2015