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Dr Ireneous Soyiri

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Biography

Ireneous Soyiri received academic certificates from the University of Ghana, Brunel University London, and Monash University. His PhD thesis was on ‘Developing quantitative tools for asthma forecast in London using weather and air quality’. He has worked with tertiary academic institutions (as a Lecturer/Research Fellow in Public Health) and also with nongovernmental organisations (as a Consultant/Research Investigator) in a number of countries in Africa, South East Asia and Europe. Dr Ireneous Soyiri is a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society (FRSS), a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health (FRSPH) and member of a number of professional groups. His areas of interest include Population Health, Environmental Epidemiology, Health Surveillance and Research Databases.  

In the University of Edinburgh, Dr Soyiri researches on asthma and also supervises student’s dissertations. Some of his research outputs are accessible via: Google Scholar, Research Gate, ORCIDResearcherID: H-4594-2011 or Scopus Author ID: 15052406400

Qualifications

Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (GCHE) in Teaching, Monash University (2014)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Public Health, Monash University (2013)

Research Interests

Population Health: Developing Learning Health Systems (LHS); Developing and applying statistical methods to investigate the disparities and distribution of health outcomes in populations using routine datasets

Environmental Epidemiology: Investigating the impact of environment and pollution on health outcomes; and Developing predictive asthma algorithms using population census and environment data

Research Databases & Health Surveillance: Developing research databases and platforms for population health surveillance and analysis, recruitment for research studies, and stakeholder involvement: REACHAsthma ObservatorySEACO HDSS

Research Groups

Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research (AUKCAR) https://www.aukcar.ac.uk

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