Centre for Longitudinal and Life Course Research

The Centre for Longitudinal and Life Course Research (CLLR) conducts research and research training in life course epidemiology, with particular focus on women’s health and on methodology - particularly analysis of longitudinal and linked data. Life course epidemiology examines biological, behavioral, and social pathways that link exposures during gestation, childhood, adolescence, and adult life, and across generations, to influence health and health inequalities in later life.



Director and Co-Director:

Academic staff:

Centre Manager: Megan Ferguson

Data Manager: David Fitzgerald

Data Analyst/Statistician: Richard Hockey

Data Linkage/Project Coordinator: Colleen Loos

Data Access and Liaison Officer: Leonie Gemmell

Communications and Engagement Officer: Helen Gray

Senior Research Technician: Christine Coleman

Database Developer: Chamila Pathigoda Archarige

Professional staff:

Visiting academic: Reza Baneshi