Mr Wenbo Song
Research Student - MPhil/PhD - Epidemiology & Population Health (Nagasaki)
I am currently a Joint PhD student in Global Health (Epidemiology and Population Health) at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the Nagasaki University. I am co-supervised by Dr Poppy Mallinson (LSHTM), Dr Hirotomo Yamanashi (NU), Dr Alexandra Lewin (LSHTM), Prof Sanjay Kinra (LSHTM), Dr Judith Lieber (LSHTM), and Dr Mika Matsuzaki (JHU).
Prior to my PhD, I have had substantial working experience on non-communicable diseases research in both developing and developed countries. I hold an MSc in Applied Social Data Science from the London School of Economics and Political Science, a Master of Public Health from the University of Sydney, and a Bachelor of Public Health with a Minor in Medical Law from the Nanjing Medical University.
I support teaching on three MSc units of study at the Nagasaki University School of Tropical Medicine and Global Health: (1) Epidemiology and Statistics for Population Health I; (2) Statistics for Population Health II; (3) Statistics for Population Health III.
My current research focuses on epidemiological investigation using machine learning methods, mainly cluster analysis in assessing multimorbidity patterns, and non-communicable disease prevention and health promotion using digital technology.
factors in Japanese community-dwelling
older people: A cross-sectional analysis in
the Nagasaki Islands Study (NaIS)