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Postgraduate Life

Postgraduate Life

News and views from the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine's postgraduate community

Tag: Public health

Georgie Willoughby

Final year online Master of Public Health student Georgie Willoughby explains what she learned doing her ‘Student-Led Individually Created Course’.

Selfie of Yvonne Kerr

Yvonne Kerr reflects on her time as a part-time online learning student, balancing family life and a full-time career.

Amal Alsuqaf

Master of Public Health student Amal reflects on conducting a project on the health implications of abortion bans in the United States.

Dominic Arthur

PhD researcher Dominic discusses his research journey from an undergraduate focus on immunology to a PhD using network analysis and bioinformatics.

Woman writing using a laptop

Grace Lewis, a graduate of our Master of Public Health programme, shares her experience of writing a journal article from her masters dissertation.

The emergence of a global pandemic has led to a newfound interest in epidemiology. But what is epidemiology? Who can study it? What sort of jobs do epidemiology graduates do?


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