Dr. Bradshaw’s research interests have centered on identifying the relationship between lifestyle factors including obesity, diet, and physical activity, and the risk of health outcomes including cardiometabolic disease and cancer. He also has a keen interest in addressing quantitative methodological issues in these research areas, including methods to account for multiple correlated exposures, measurement error, and missing data. His current work includes investigations of the relationship between body composition and and health outcomes, including the use of Bayesian methods for sensitivity analysis in obesity research.
Research Expertise and Interest
epidemiologic methods, obesity epidemiology, nutritional epidemiology, cancer epidemiology