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- Centre for Statistics in Medicine Research Group
- Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit Research Group
- CORKA Research Group
- PATH-2 Research Group
- SPRAINED Research Group
Michael Maia Schlussel
BSc, MSc, PhD
- UK EQUATOR Centre Fellow
Dr Michael Schlüssel graduated with a BSc in Nutrition from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in 2003, followed by an MSc (2006) and PhD (2010) at the same institution; both focused on Epidemiology with a strong component of Statistics.
In 2013, Michael moved to the Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (NDOG) to work as a postdoctoral research assistant with the INTERGROWTH-21st project.
His background as a researcher includes collaborations with several universities and research centres, focusing mainly on the data analysis of large population-based epidemiological studies; Nutritional Epidemiology; Maternal and Child Health; Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD); and determinants of chronic diseases.
Michael joined the Centre for Statistics in Medicine (CSM) in May 2014 to work as a medical statistican within the Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit (OCTRU). His current work is mainly focused on Randomised Clinical Trials of non-pharmacological interventions.
In 2015 Michael was invited to be a fellow of the UK EQUATOR Centre. Michael is also involved with systematic literature reviews, development and evaluation of prognostic models and is a facilitator of courses offered by EQUATOR and CSM.
Schlüssel MM. et al, (2008), Clin Nutr, 27, 601 - 607
Schlüssel MM. et al, (2010), Bone, 46, 957 - 963
Schlüssel MM. et al, (2010), Osteoporos Int, 21, 1981 - 1991
Household food insecurity and excess weight/obesity among Brazilian women and children: a life-course approach.
Schlüssel MM. et al, (2013), Cad Saude Publica, 29, 219 - 226
Physical activity during pregnancy and maternal-child health outcomes: a systematic literature review.
Schlüssel MM. et al, (2008), Cad Saude Publica, 24 Suppl 4, s531 - s544
Prediction models for cardiovascular disease risk in the general population: a systematic review
Damen JAAG. et al, (2016), BMJ
Cheikh Ismail L. et al, (2016), BMC Nutrition, 2
Salles GF. et al, (2015), Am J Hypertens, 28, 680 - 689
Rebelo F. et al, (2015), Arq Bras Cardiol, 104, 284 - 291
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