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Centre for Public Health

Centre for Public Health

The Centre for Public Health enables, facilitates, identifies and disseminates public health research in co-production across the University and externally with commissioners and communities - on a local, national and international scale.

Research staff have achieved national and international prominence in public health interventions and disease prevention, and translational public health, working alongside public health organisations to have a real-world impact. Significant research covers major global health issues including oral health, adult and childhood obesity.

These themes are underpinned by strong methodological expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methods, systematic reviewing, service and intervention evaluation, intervention development, co-production, and embedded research.

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Research centre leads

Professor Vida Zohoori

Professor Vida Zohoori

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Impact case studies

Curbing childhood obesity 

Shaping UK Government health policy and UK and USA guidelines on the prevention and treatment of obesity in young people

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Oral health: A balancing act

Informing global approaches to community tooth decay prevention programmes

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News

Fuse Associate Director Amelia Lake, Professor of Public Health Nutrition at Teesside University. Link to Fuse funding continues through School for Public Health Research.

Fuse funding continues through School for Public Health Research

Researchers at Teesside University will continue to benefit from a collaboration which brings together the leading public health research expertise