Sarah-Jo Sinnott

Cohort: 2010

Institution: UCC

Thesis title: Pathways and protective factors: Modelling the relationship between chronic disease and quality at older ages

Current affiliation: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London

Recent and on-going projects: The RHiSE study (Resistant Hypertension and treatment Strategies Evaluation study) start date November 2015 – end date November 2019

Research interests: Pharmacoepidemiology, Health Policy, Pharmacoeconomics, Population Health, Adherence

Publications: Click here

Conference papers and presentations: Click here

Particular knowledge and skills Sarah-Jo is willing to share with SPHeRE Programme scholars:

Specific topic areas
Pharmaceutical policies

Software packages

Methodological expertise
Longitudinal data analysis
Generalised estimating equations
Multi-level models
Systematic reviewing

General PhD skills

Contact email address:

Twitter handle: @SarahJoSinnott

Research Gate: Click here