Centre for Mental Health Research at the School of Health and Psychological Sciences, City, University of London welcomes Charlotte Clark, Professor of Environmental Epidemiology, Director, Population Health Research Institute, St George’s, University of London to discuss their findings on the public health effect of noise, as part of the SHPS Research Centres seminar series.
About the speaker
Charlotte Clark is Professor of Epidemiology in the Population Health Research Institute. Her research focuses on how physical and psychosocial environments affect physical and mental health across the lifecourse.
She is recognised for her expertise in the field of environmental noise effects on health including her research on the RANCH study which showed a negative effect of aircraft noise exposure on children's reading comprehension.
She has written several influential systematic reviews synthesising the evidence for noise effects on health for the World Health Organization and Defra. She has managed large-scale adolescent epidemiological cohort studies, as well as analysing national cohort data such as the 1958 cohort.
Light lunch will be available.
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