The International Journal of Population Data (IJPDS) is an innovative, open access, peer-reviewed journal, hosted by Swansea University. We spoke with the Editor-in-Chief, Kerina Jones Professor of Population Data Science at Swansea University, to find out more about what the journal has to offer.
The 4th International Conference on Administrative Data Research brought together over 350 delegates from the UK and across the globe. The Conference which was held in Cardiff from the 9th – 11th December, focused on national and international population data science initiatives. We caught up with some of our team at the conference so they could share their experiences and their conference takeaways.
We recently had the opportunity to host a ‘DPUK datathon’. The event challenged teams to explore data sets held in the DPUK Data Portal to identify early indicators of Dementia. The Dementias Platform UK (DPUK) datathon provided a safe space where dementia researchers and data scientists could collaborate and answer some of the most pressing research…
What is the Multiple Sclerosis interactive Digit Modality Test or MSiDMT?
Rod Middleton, Project Manager and System Architect of the UK MS Register, talks about the development of the test and its importance for future MS assessments.
As part of our ongoing commitment to bring forward the next generation of data scientists, we welcomed fourteen interns to Population Data Science this summer. Two of our interns, Michael Parker and Irene Astrain spent 12 weeks embedded with Population Data Science project teams, working on individual projects.