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Understanding the link between socio-economic status and cardiovascular outcomes:  methodological challenges and future directions

For Giovanni's Slides please click HERE

Giovanni Veronesi, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in biostatistics at the Research Center in Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, University of Insubria (Varese, Italy). He trained in biostatistics at Milan, University of Bicocca, and Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina. His major field of applied research is cardiovascular disease epidemiology, mainly using observational data from prospective cohorts or population-based registries. In particular, his interests cover absolute risk prediction models; psychosocial, job-related and behavioral risk factors; and social inequalities in cardiovascular outcomes. On the latter topic, he led the statistical analyses of the European cohorts included into the MORGAM Project, a multinational collaborative studies with about 130.000 participants from 48 populations. These analyses investigated the increment in predictive accuracy due to the addition of a social class indicator to standard risk prediction scores; estimated the social gradient in coronary heart disease and stroke incidence, and their major determinants; addressed the interplay between risk factors and social class on cardiovascular disease risk. Overall, he has published over 50 scientific papers in the last 5 years.

Queen's University Belfast
Friday 4th May 2018

Giovanni Veronesi, Ph.D.
Research Center in Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine
Dept. of Medicine and Surgery, University of Insubria, Varese, Italy


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Read our latest news in the December Ezine.  If you would like to hear more about any of our research projects - contact coe@qub.ac.uk.


 

 

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Staff and students from St Louise's Comprehensive College Belfast and The Royal Belfast Academical Institution recently joined CoENI at its 10th and final Annual Away Day.  The event took place in Newcastle, County Down, where they met current PhD and Masters students from varied backgrounds along with research staff and guests from organisations and sectors both within and outside of academia.  Click HERE to read an excerpt from the RBAI e-zine...


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Read about the work done by the PHA, staff and students from CoENI and the STEM Ambassador HUB to provide information to school children about antimicrobial resistance during World Antibiotic Awareness week in November 17...........Click HERE


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