Staff Member Biography
Rosie Seamanposition: PhD Student
phone: 0141 353 7536
University of Glasgow,
200, Renfield Street
Biography and Interests
Rosie graduated from the University of Stirling in June 2012 with a First Class BA (Hons) in Sociology and Social Policy. She joined the unit in September 2012 on a 1+3 PhD studendship and obtained a MPH with merit in 2013 from the University of Glasgow. Her PhD will focus on policy impacts on mortality inequalities between countries, using measures of total inequality. She is supervised by Frank Popham and Alastair Leyland.
Seaman R, Leyland AH, Popham F. Increasing inequality in age of death at shared levels of life expectancy: a comparative study of Scotland and England and Wales. SSM-population health 2016;2:724–731open access
Seaman R, Dundas R, Leyland AH, Mitchell R, Popham F. How much of the difference in life expectancy between Scottish cities does deprivation explain? Calculating and decomposing inequalities across deprivation deciles. BMC Public Health 2015;15:1057open access
Seaman R, Popham F, Leyland A. How have trends in lifespan variation changed since 1950? A comparative study of 17 Western European countries. European Journal of Public Health 2015;26:360-2open access
Seaman R. Which age groups are driving mortality in Glasgow? Decomposing life expectancy inequalities across all deprivation deciles [MPH], MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow 2013.