Dr Sarah Floud
BSc MSc PhD
- Cancer Epidemiology Unit
Sarah Floud is a Senior Epidemiologist in the Cancer Epidemiology Unit and Co-Principal Investigator of the Million Women Study. Since 2016 she has been responsible for work on risk factors for dementia in the Million Women Study. She has a background in social science, having studied at the London School of Economics and worked in social research. She has a PhD in epidemiology from Imperial College London.
Sarah’s role at the Cancer Epidemiology Unit involves conducting epidemiological research into risk factors for dementia and heart disease. Her work has mainly focused on social risk factors such as marital status, socio-economic status, social activities and social isolation, but also other lifestyle factors such as physical activity and body mass index. She is responsible for writing the re-survey questionnaires. She is a lecturer, module lead and tutor on the MSc in Global Health Science, where she lectures on social epidemiology, co-leads the module ‘Introduction to Global Health Science’ and provides tutorials on epidemiology.
SOCIAL ISOLATION IN RELATION TO VASCULAR DISEASE INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY AMONG 325,000 UK WOMEN; A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
Smith RW. et al, (2018), Journal of epidemiology and community health, 72, A78 - A78
Cohort Profile: the Million Women Study.
Green J. et al, (2018), Int j epidemiol
Premature mortality in single fathers.
Simpson RF. and Floud S., (2018), Lancet public health, 3, e101 - e102
Differences in risk factors for 3 types of stroke: UK prospective study and meta-analyses.
Price AJ. et al, (2018), Neurology, 90, e298 - e306
Disability and participation in breast and bowel cancer screening in England: a large prospective study.
Floud S. et al, (2017), Br j cancer, 117, 1711 - 1714