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PLEASE NOTE: the time of this talk is scheduled for 14:00

Biography

Sarah Wild did her medical training in London and Cambridge. Her postgraduate experience included general medicine and diabetes, general practice and public health medicine, a cardiovascular epidemiology fellowship at Stanford University and a PhD at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.  Sarah has worked at the University of Edinburgh since 2002 and is now professor of epidemiology and an honorary consultant in public health at Lothian NHS Board. Her main interests are the epidemiology and prevention of diabetes and other non-communicable diseases and the use of routine data for research. 

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