Dr Sarah Floud
BSc MSc PhD
- Cancer Epidemiology Unit
Sarah Floud is a social epidemiologist who joined the Cancer Epidemiology Unit in July 2012. She has a PhD in environmental epidemiology from Imperial College London and has a background in social policy, social psychology and social research methods. Sarah’s current research is focused on the role of social factors in the risk of disease in the Million Women Study cohort. She also helped to develop the latest Million Women Study questionnaire.
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
Unravelling the associations between social isolation, loneliness, and mortality.
Liu B. and Floud S., (2017), Lancet Public Health, 2, e248 - e249