Dr Ireneous Soyiri
Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology
|Post Nominals||PhD, FRSPH, FSS|
|Biography||Dr. Ireneous N. Soyiri (Soyiri) is a Senior Lecturer (Epidemiology and Applied Health Research Methods) in the Hull York Medical School, University of Hull, United Kingdom. He is a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society (FSS), a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health (FRSPH), and holds membership of a number of professional groups.
Soyiri was educated at the University of Ghana, Brunel University London and Monash University. Following his postgraduate Public Health training in Epidemiology and Biostatistics (with special interest in Health Forecasting) at Brunel University London (2010) and Monash University (2012), he continued his academic career and worked with Monash University Malaysia as a Lecturer. Whilst at Malaysia he joined the South East Asia Community Observatory (SEACO), which had just been founded and was beginning an exciting community public health research platform in the SEA region based in Peninsula Malaysia. Working with SEACO as a Statistician was an exciting time to engage with communities but also explore and develop quantitative approaches to examine data quality and analyse population health records.
He recently worked with the University of Edinburgh as a Research Fellow at the Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences & Informatics, and Statistician to the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research (AUKCAR), with responsibility to support developments in research platforms within AUKCAR. Soyiri continues to work in areas of Population Health Sciences, with a focus on research design, quantitative analyses and the development of research methodologies that will help shed light on the burden of diseases in large populations.
Through his professional works and intellectual contributions, Soyiri maintains links with academic collaborators globally and is keen on research in areas of Population Health.
|Research Interests||My areas of interests include Environmental Epidemiology and Population Health. More specifically, estimating the Burden of Diseases across populations, modelling and forecasting healthcare demand such as hospital admissions using routinely collected quantitative data.
I have worked on a number of health surveillance systems around the world, but also dedicated to finding local solutions to public health challenges in my current role.
In addition to performing academic duties (research, teaching and supervising students’ research dissertations), I have expertise and interest in developing research databases for population health surveillance, quantitative data analyses and evaluating Public Health programmes.
Air Pollution and Health, Asthma, Biostatistics, Environment, Epidemiology, Health Care Sciences & Services, Health Forecasting, Hospital Admissions, Length of Stay, Population Health, Respiratory Health, Statistical Methods, Weather and Health
|Scopus Author ID||15052406400|