Professor Ronan Lyons
Ronan Lyons is a Professor of Public Health at Swansea University Medical School, Honorary Consultant in Public Health with Public Health Wales NHS Trust and an adjunct professor at Monash University, Australia. Ronan is Director of the Centre for Improvement of Population Health through E-records Research, Farr Institute, Co-Director of the SAIL Databank and Co-Director of the DECIPHer UK Public Health Research Centre of Excellence. His research focusses on the use of routinely collected data in cohorts, trials and in the evaluation of natural experiments and complex
interventions. Ronan has a particular interest in the field of injury prevention; he chairs the International Collaborative Effort on Injury Statistics and Methods and the Injury Surveillance Platform in the European Project BRidging Information & Data Generation for Evidence-based Health, Policy and Research (BRIDGE) and is involved in many of the world’s largest observational, interventional and policy relevant injury research studies.
Sam is a researcher/data analyst based at Swansea University Medical School. Sam is involved in several injury related projects including AWISS, BRidging Information & Data Generation for Evidence-based Health, Policy and Research (BRIDGE) and the development of the School Travel and Child Safety Survey. Samantha is also conducting a part-time PhD using the SAIL database to identify types of households at increased risk of unintentional house fires.
Angharad is an data analyst based at Swansea University Medical School. Angharad uses data linkage techniques on the data held within the SAIL databank to answer research questions for various projects.