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M.E.G. Armstrong, J. Green, G.K. Reeves, V. Beral, and B.J. Cairns, on behalf of the Million Women Study Collaborators (2015). Frequent physical activity may not reduce vascular disease risk as much as moderate activity: large prospective study of UK women. Circulation 131(8):721-729. [Full text]
T.Y.O. Yang, F. Crowe, B.J. Cairns, G.K. Reeves, and V. Beral (2015). Tea and coffee and endometrial cancer: cohort study and meta-analysis. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 101(3):570-578. [Full text]
D. Canoy, V. Beral, A. Balkwill, F.L. Wright, M.E. Kroll, G.K. Reeves, J. Green, and B.J. Cairns, on behalf of the Million Women Study Collaborators (2015). Age at menarche and risks of coronary heart and other vascular diseases in a large UK cohort. Circulation 131(3):237-244. [Full text]
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Welcome. I am a statistical epidemiologist in the Cancer Epidemiology Unit at the University of Oxford, working primarily on the Million Women Study. I previously held a postdoctoral position in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Bristol, and received my PhD in Mathematics from the University of Queensland in 2005.

Research Interests. Broadly, my main research interests are in chronic disease epidemiology, with some emphasis on statistical and mathematical methodologies. Most of my current research focuses on associations between cancer outcomes and body size and related factors. I am also working on epidemiological investigations of seasonal and other temporal trends in a variety of health outcomes. My "interests" page has further details and information about my earlier work in mathematical biology.

Publications. A list of publications can be found on my research pages.

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© 2002-2010 Benjamin J. Cairns: e-mail ; ph +44 1865 289673 ;
Cancer Epidemiology Unit, University of Oxford, Richard Doll Building, Roosevelt Drive, Oxford OX3 7LF, U.K.