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iPRI welcomes Professor Annie Young

We are very pleased to announce the arrival of Professor Annie Young at iPRI as Senior Research Fellow.

Annie Young

Annie Young is Emeritus Professor of Nursing at Warwick Medical School, working in clinical research. Her research portfolio encompasses the management of thrombosis in cancer patients, symptomatic care including prevention of chemotherapy-associated alopecia and nausea and vomiting. Rehabilitation for cancer patients and new technologies for monitoring side effects of cancer therapies are special interests. Annie Young heads up the acute toxicities subgroup of the UK National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Supportive and Palliative Care Clinical Studies Group and is involved in many international cancer nursing and cancer organisations. She is a Board member of the International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care (ISNCC). Annie Young also teaches oncology nursing in sub-Saharan Africa, alongside local nurses and has a strong commitment to work in lower-resource countries.

Articles published in 2018

Buonomo B, Carbone G, d’Onofrio A. Effect of seasonality on the dynamics of an imitation–based vaccination model with public health intervention. Math Biosci Eng. 2018 Feb 1;15(1):299-321. doi: 10.3934/mbe.2018013. [PMID: 29161837] d’Onofrio A, Cerrai P, Manfredi P. Special issue on Erice ‘MathCompEpi 2015’ Proceedings. Math Biosci Eng. 2018 Feb 1;15(1):i-iv. doi: 10.3934/mbe.201801i. [PMID: 29161824] Continue Reading

Annie Young

Professor Annie Young is Emeritus Professor of Nursing at Warwick Medical School, working in clinical research. Her research portfolio encompasses the management of thrombosis in cancer patients, symptomatic care including prevention of chemotherapy-associated alopecia and nausea and vomiting. Rehabilitation for cancer patients and new technologies for monitoring side effects of cancer therapies are special interests.… Continue Reading

iPRI recrutes epidemiologists, biostatisticians and statisticians

The International Prevention Research Institute (iPRI) is a not-for-profit Research Institute which has major international programmes in a wide variety of disease areas in chronic and communicable disease. In chronic disease, iPRI has large programmes in several fields including oncology, diabetes, oral health, cardiovascular disease, Post-Conflict Public Health, nutrition, tobacco control and multiple sclerosis. iPRI… Continue Reading

University Academic Appointments for iPRI Faculty

Two iPRI Faculty have received appointments with the University of Strathclyde situated in Glasgow, Scotland. Dr Guillaume Noyel has been appointed Visiting Researcher in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Guillaume is a leading expert on image analysis and is currently working on Diabetic Retinopathy. Dr Alberto d’Onofrio has been appointed as Visiting Professor in… Continue Reading

iPRI welcomes Dr Romualdas Gurevicius

Romualdas Gurevicius was born in Plunge, Lithuania and in 1974 graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Vilnius University receiving a diploma of Public Health and Epidemiology. At the same year he started as research fellow at the Lithuanian Cancer Research Institute and subsequently became head of the Cancer Control Department, Head of the Lithuanian… Continue Reading

Chloé Leao

Chloé Leao was born in Chambéry, France. She graduated with a Bachelor in management of tourism business. During her study, she worked in Megève, France in a five-star hotel where she learned the keys of hotel industry. After her degree she came to Lyon and started working at the Marriott Hotel as receptionist and then… Continue Reading

Internships in Image Processing for Biomedical Images

The International Prevention Research Institute (iPRI www.i-pri.org) is a research institute devoted to disease prevention in which highly experienced epidemiologists, biostatisticians and applied mathematicians work together. iPRI has unparalleled experience in epidemiological research and macro health planning with a record of delivering real health and economic value to a range of public and private sources… Continue Reading

Philippe Vanhems

Philippe Vanhems graduated as Medical Doctor from Nancy Medical School in 1992. He accomplished his internship in Epidemiology and Public Health and integrated the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Geneva University Hospitals in 1988-1991. He received a grant from the National Swiss Research Foundation to complete his PhD training in Public Health at the… Continue Reading

Ibolya Nyulasi

Professor Ibolya Nyulasi is the Head of the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at Alfred Health, Melbourne Australia. Alfred Health is a multi-campus health service that includes a large quaternary teaching hospital with a major trauma, burns services and a 45 bed ICU. It also has a comprehensive cancer program including radiotherapy and bone marrow… Continue Reading

Mission

Founded in 2009 with the broad goal of contributing to the improvement of health in populations worldwide, the International Prevention Research Institute (iPRI) aims to increase prospects for prevention through training, education, prevention research and research into causes worldwide with a focus on low and lower-middle income countries.

iPRI strives to answer three critical questions:

  • Is it healthy?
  • Is it safe?
  • Is it beneficial?

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