Academic and research staff
Professional support staff
- Sandi Newby - Centre Administrator - Centre for Health and Population Sciences
Postgraduate research opportunities
The Centre for Health and Population Sciences offers postgraduate training opportunities at both PhD and MD level in the areas of our expertise. In addition to specific skills developed during the research project, we ensure that a range of generic cross-disciplinary skills are developed through a postgraduate training scheme. Studentships within the Centre for Health and Population Sciences are available on a regular basis, adverts for which are advertised on the postgraduate funded opportunities page.
We encourage any individuals interested in pursuing higher research degrees within the Centre for Health and Population Sciences to contact us directly. Informal contact can be made with potential project supervisors or through Sandi Newby or Ali Waring who will forward your details onto the appropriate supervisor.
Postgraduate taught opportunities
Members of the centre also contribute to the taught MPH and MSc programmes run by the Department of Health Sciences at the University of York. In addition there is an option under the Hull York Medical School regulations to undertake an MSc by research. This is often the option chosen by Academic Training Fellows, but is available to others.
Members of the Centre are actively involved in teaching the students of Hull York Medical School and run a number of Scholarship and Special Interest Programmes. We make significant contributions to the design, delivery, assessment and management of the medical curriculum.