The ELEMI program is a long-term project exploring a number of chronic conditions among women. The program was conceived in 2012. The primary focus of the program covers Endometriosis, Menopause, Menarche, Chronic Pain, Infectious disease and Mental Health.
ELeMI is a multi-work stream research projecting exploring endometriosis among multiple ethnicities. This project uses a data-connectivity approach to better understand the endometriosis.
PLATO is a multi-work stream research project exploring menarche, menstrual disorders and period poverty.
This is a data-linkage project with multiple work packages focusing on ageing, menopause and dementia. The MARiE tool developed as part of this project is a digital intervention and will be tested using a clinical trial.
FEINMAN is a mixed-methods project exploring multimorbidity using life-course approaches across all genders and ethnicities.
This is a large family cohort study conducted in Nepal gathering qualitative and quantitative data from families in multiple municipalities.
The EPIC program focuses on the impact of COVID-19 and Long-covid from a population sciences perspective. This is a long-term project using existing real-world and published evidence as well as prospective data.
MARLO is an evidence synthesis project exploring a number of communicable diseases among women in a variety of ethnicities and races.
FERMANT is an exploratory project in endocrine diseases. There are multiple work packages reporting retrospective and prospective data.
The POP chronic pain program explores the health outcomes associated with pharmaceutical, medical device and complex interventions currently used globally.
We work with project collaborators in India, Nepal, South Africa, Switzerland, China, Germany, England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Pakistan and Malaysia.