Epidemiologist, The George Institute UK
Sanne Peters is a Research Fellow in Epidemiology at The George Institute for Global Health at the University of Oxford.
She obtained her a PhD in Epidemiology from Utrecht University and worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Utrecht University and at the University of Cambridge. Her research is primarily focused on the determination and quantification of major and modifiable risk factors for chronic diseases and how these associations may differ between women and men.
The Sodium Content of Processed Foods in South Africa during the Introduction of Mandatory Sodium Limits.
Peters SAE. et al, (2017), Nutrients, 9
The importance of considering competing treatment affecting prognosis in the evaluation of therapy in trials: the example of renal transplantation in hemodialysis trials.
Hazelbag CM. et al, (2017), Nephrol Dial Transplant, 32, ii31 - ii39
Clustering of cardiovascular risk factors and carotid intima-media thickness: The USE-IMT study.
Wang X. et al, (2017), PLoS One, 12
The Burden of Cardiovascular Disease Attributable to Major Modifiable Risk Factors in Indonesia.
Hussain MA. et al, (2016), J Epidemiol, 26, 515 - 521
Haemodiafiltration and mortality in end-stage kidney disease patients: a pooled individual participant data analysis from four randomized controlled trials.
Peters SA. et al, (2016), Nephrol Dial Transplant, 31, 978 - 984