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Dr Emma Anderson


I have taught (or currently teach) on the following short courses in the Bristol Medical School: Introduction to Statistics, Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses, Advanced Epidemiology, Analysis of Repeated Measures, and Introduction to Statistical Methods in Life Course Epidemiology. I am a tutor for the Evidence Based Medicine program delivered to first year MBChB students. I deliver a two-hour lecture and practical to over 50 undergraduate medical students on the Intercalated BSc in Global Health, as well as teacing analysis of clustered data on the Epidemiology MSc.

In addition to teaching within the University of Bristol, I have also taught statistical and epidemiology workshops internationally. For example, co-organising and teaching on a half-day pre-conference course “Modelling repeatedly measured data in epidemiological studies” (European Congress of Epidemiology in Aarhus, Denmark). I also co-organised and delivered a 5-day workshop on ‘Mendelian Randomization and Epigenetic Cancer Epidemiology’ at the Centre for Cancer Epidemiology, Tata Memorial Centre in Navi Mumbai, India.