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Tarani Chandola

Tarani Chandola is a Professor of Medical Sociology based in Social Statistics and the Cathie Marsh Institute based at the University of Manchester. He is the head of the department of Social Statistics, a co-director of the Social-Biological (Soc-B) Centre for Doctoral training and the ESRC Centre for Lifecourse Studies in Society and Health (ICLS). 

Tarani's research is primarily on the lifecourse social determinants of health, focusing on health inequalities and psychosocial factors, and the analysis of longitudinal cohort studies such as the Whitehall II study, the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing and the UK Household Longitudinal Study. Much of his research is on stress at work and its effects on health and well-being through biomarkers associated with the stress.  

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