• The Cultural and Psychosocial Influences on Disability (CUPID) Cohort

    The international CUPID cohort was incepted in the last quinquennium, coordinated at the MRC LEU. It includes 12,410 workers aged 20-59 years from 47 occupational groups in 18 countries across 5 continents

  • The Health and Employment After Fifty (HEAF) Cohort

    The national HEAF cohort began in 2013. It is a UK cohort to examine influences on work capability at older ages. Adults aged 50-64 years are being recruited.

  • Other occupational health cohorts

    During the 1980s, we established a series of longer-term occupational cohort studies to investigate known or suspected cancer hazards. By definition, such cohorts are difficult to incept and very long-term follow-up is required. As a result of careful maintenance, we have analysed data on workers exposed to: formaldehyde, phenoxy herbicides and styrene between 11 and 22 years in total, thereby publishing information vital to regulatory policy and practice not only in the UK but elsewhere.