Dr Jennifer Carter
BA, MRes, PhD
Senior Teaching and Research Fellow, CTSU
Jennifer joined Oxford as a teaching and research fellow in epidemiology and statistics in 2014. She assists with lectures, tutorials and curriculum development for the MSc in Global Health course. She is also a Module Lead for Statistics.
Her current research examines the measurement and influence of smoking, alcohol and dietary habits on cardiovascular disease in the UK Biobank study. She is currently a research member of the common room for Kellogg College.
Before coming to Oxford, Jennifer completed a masters degree in Research in Psychology at the University of Manchester, and a PhD in Epidemiology at King’s College London in 2015. Her previous research examined psychosocial influences on the development of socioeconomic inequalities in mental and physical health across the life course.
In 2017, Jennifer won the Medical Sciences Division Early Career Teaching Excellence Award. She also won 'Most Acclaimed Lecturer of the Year' in 2018 for the Oxford Student Union student-led teaching awards.
The roles of non-cognitive and cognitive skills in the life course development of adult health inequalities
Carter JL. et al, (2019), Social Science & Medicine, 232, 190 - 198
The association of blood glucose and diabetes with peripheral arterial disease involving different vascular territories: results from 628 246 people who attended vascular screening
Morris DR. et al, (2017), EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL, 38, 654 - 654
Association of Gestational Age With Verbal Ability and Spatial Working Memory at Age 11.
Fitzpatrick A. et al, (2016), Pediatrics, 138
Comparisons of polydrug use at national and inner city levels in England: associations with demographic and socioeconomic factors
Carter JL. et al, (2013), Annals of Epidemiology, 23, 636 - 645
Importance of Thinking Locally for Mental Health: Data from Cross-Sectional Surveys Representing South East London and England
Hatch SL. et al, (2012), PLoS ONE, 7, e48012 - e48012