Denise Bellingham Young

Denise Bellingham Young

Senior Lecturer, School of Health and Wellbeing, University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, UK


Denise is an alumnus of the University of Wolverhampton completing her BSc, and PhD here. With a back ground in health psychology she has expertise in epidemiology and the developmental origins of health and disease.  Denise is a quantitative researcher with a strong interest on the impact of foetal environment on adult physical and psychological health. 

Working in the Institute of Public Health Social Work and Care, Denise is award leader for the Distance Learning Master in Public Health and senior lecturer with specialism in public health and epidemiology.  Professional registrations include chartered membership of the British Psychological Society, Fellow of Royal Society for Public Health and Fellow of Higher Education Academy.Denise is a peer reviewer and co-editor of the Journal for Health and Social Care Improvement with responsibility for peer review co-ordination.She also peer reviews for  WHO Bulletin.

Research Interest

exercise, health inequalities, mental health, postpartum, priority groups, social influence.

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