Daniel Pope is a Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology in the Department of Public Health and Policy, University of Liverpool and currently leads the Energy, Air Pollution and Health research theme within the Department. Daniel has more than 12 years research experience researching the maternal and child health impacts of household air pollution (HAP) from reliance on solid fuel for household energy in lower-and-middle-income countries (LMICs) and leads the Energy, Air Pollution and Health Research Theme (https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/psychology-health-and-society/research/energy-air-pollution-health/) housed within the Department of Public Health and Policy. Daniel is an experienced epidemiologist who coordinates teaching in quantitative research methods for Masters in Public Health Programmes at the University. He has a particular interest in evidence based public health and delivers workshops in evidence synthesis (NIHR HPRU) and co-hosts the European Summer School in Evidence Based Public Health with colleagues from the University of Munich.
- Research Impact of the Year - winner (University of Liverpool 2016)
- Awarded David Sackett Prize for Evidence Based Medicine (Munich - 2014) (German Network of Evidence Based Medicine 2014)
- MUCH Outstanding Contribution to Public Health Award (Manchester Urban Collaboration on Health, University of Manchester 2014)
- Invited speaker for a symposium on household air pollution and Pneumonia in Children (Atlanta -2011) (Invitation to Speak, ASHTM 2011)
- Invited speaker on household air pollution and low birth weight (Mexico City - 2007) (Invitation to Speak, Awarded Royal Society Grant 2007)
- Invited speaker on occupational risk factors for disabling shoulder pain (Gothenburg - 2001) (Invitation to Speak, Invitation from E. Viikari-Juntura, conference organiser 2001)