Swansea University has received £125k of funding from Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) to study the impact of the direct and indirect effects of COVID-19 on cardiovascular disease (CVD).
As cases of Covid-19 increased in the UK, access to timely data was, and continues to be, a fundamental part of understanding and tackling the virus for those working within policy and research.
The programme-makers interviewed Swansea University’s Professor Ronan Lyons, Director of SAIL Databank, who summarised the insights gleaned from the rich health data in SAIL from the first peak of the virus.
A team from Population Data Science at Swansea University is to join a network of 41 partners from across 30 countries as part of the ‘Population Health Research Infrastructure’ (PHIRI), a new mechanism for organising and sharing information on COVID-19.
Swansea University is part of a study that will assess health of nation’s 20,000 domiciliary care staff The first study to establish the risk of COVID-19 to domiciliary care workers across Wales is to launch today. The pandemic is thought to have had a major impact on the health of the 20,000 workers who offer…
Population Data Science to support new £4m COVID-19 immunity research within two of its Centre’s of Excellence
SAIL Databank and BREATHE – the Health Data Research Hub for Respiratory Health will join forces with researchers across the UK to support vital studies into coronavirus antibodies and immunity. The £4m project will pool existing UK coronavirus antibody data in one secure source to accelerate the search for treatments and inform decisions around shielding…
Led by Health Data Research UK (HDR UK), in partnership with the Office for National Statisitics, The National Core Studies programme will stimulate new, comprehensive and co-operative research efforts into COVID-19. The programme comprises six study arms; infection and surveillance, trials, transmission and environment, immunity, longitudinal health and data and connectivity.
Centre launches survey for young people as part of UK wide research to understand the challenges of the pandemic
A team of researchers, from the National Centre for Population Health and Wellbeing Research at Swansea University, have launched a new study which will gather opinions of young people age 11 – 22 to understand the challenges they face during the pandemic.
A team from Population Data Science at Swansea University has been awarded £828,353 from the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) COVID-19 Rapid Response Call, to help understand and address the challenges of the pandemic.
New real time analysis demonstrating the spread of Covid-19 in Wales has directly informed the One Wales response to Covid-19 in Wales.