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As Senior Research Assistant, Stephanie assisst in many aspects of the study including, research protocols, data-cleaning, project management and public engagement. She started working at EPIC in 2008 with an interest in cognition and worked mostly on the EPIC Third Health Check. Having now been involved with a variety of projects, covering physical function in older age, cognition (through a Diffusion Tensor Imaging pilot study) eye health and data-management, Stephanie has a broad understanding of the EPIC-Norfolk Study.
Her work in public engagement has included co-ordinating a stand at the Biology Zone at the Cambridge Science Festival, events at the Forum in Norwich and administration of a 20 year Celebratory meeting.
Hayat, S.A. et al. Cohort Profile: A prospective cohort study of objective physical and cognitive capability and visual health in an ageing population of men and women in Norfolk (EPIC-Norfolk 3). Int J Epidemiol. (2013) Epub ahead of print
Keevil, V.L. et al. The physical capability of community-based men and women from a British cohort: the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer (EPIC)-Norfolk study. BMC Geriatr (2013) doi:10.1186/1471-2318-13-93
Further relevant information
Institute of Leadership and Management – Level 5 Award in Management
Rising Stars – A course in Public Engagement – Certificate holder