Satpal Singh Sandhu

Advanced Quantitative Methods

PhD Researcher in Advanced Quantitative Methods (ESRC +3)
Centre for Multilevel Modelling, Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol

Start date: September 2016

Research topic: Analysis of longitudinal craniofacial growth data to examine growth trajectories and pattern, factors influencing their growth, and to develop growth prediction model

My research involves adaptation and development of Advanced Quantitative Methods for modelling complex longitudinal craniofacial growth data. The objective is to advance understanding of craniofacial growth process (primary focus would be face) from early childhood through to adulthood. My research is based on the data collected from various historic longitudinal growth studies conducted in the 20th Century and presently part of American Association of Foundation Legacy (AAOFL) collection database.

Research supervisors: Dr George Leckie, Professor Kate Tilling

Professional memberships/Positions held:

Growth Modelling Group, School of Social and Community Medicine and Spatial Modelling Group, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol

Email: satpal.sadhu@bristol.ac.uk