Rosie McEachan

Theme Co-lead

Rosie McEachan is the Director of Born in Bradford and a proud (Scottish) Bradfordian. She is an experienced applied health researcher with particular interests in the development and evaluation of complex interventions, environmental determinants of health, green space, air quality, and co-production. Rosie holds an honorary chair position at the University of Bradford and co-leads the Early Life and Prevention theme of the Y&H ARC.

Rosie McEachan's latest projects

Born in Bradford

Launched in 2007, Born in Bradford (BiB) is an internationally-recognised research programme which aims to find out what keeps families healthy and happy by tracking the lives of over 40,000...

BiB Breathes

Yorkshire and Humber ARC’s Born in Bradford research found that air pollution was associated with poor growth of babies in the womb, higher blood pressure in children and poorer brain...

Ingenious: Indoor Air Quality

In the UK we spend >90% of our lives indoors but most of our efforts to reduce our exposures to air pollution have focused on outdoors. INGENIOUS (Understanding the sources,...

Rosie McEachan's latest publications

The art of Patient and Public Involvement: exploring ways to research and reduce air pollution through art-based community workshops – a reflective paper

The Born in Bradford COVID-19 Research Study: Protocol for an adaptive mixed methods research study to gather actionable intelligence on the impact of COVID-19 on health inequalities amongst families living in Bradford

The LifeCycle Project-EU Child Cohort Network: a federated analysis infrastructure and harmonized data of more than 250,000 children and parents

Nothing about us without us: A co-production strategy for communities, researchers and stakeholders to identify ways of improving health and reducing inequalities

Other Team members

Kate Morton

Research Fellow

Sarah Blower

Principal Research Fellow

Mallory Morehead

Research Fellow