Sufyan Dogra

Lead for Communities & Implementation Research

Sufyan works as Principal Research Fellow at Bradford Institute for Health Research. He does the anthropology of modern Britain, specialising in using qualitative longitudinal research methods in applied health research, public health programmes and how these link with cultural habitats of young people. He coproduces community-driven complex health interventions with young people and ethnic/religious minorities to shape public policy. He views healthy behaviours, art, culture, poetry, religion, spirituality, music, ethnicity and diversity as the sites to create synergies for active civic participation and better mental health among young people living with structural inequalities.

Sufyan Dogra's latest projects

Youth Endowment Foundation – Youth Resilience Programme

BiB researchers worked closely with 27 small community groups, sports groups, local activists, faith settings and schools, and young people from Barkerend neighbourhood in Bradford to coproduce a neighbourhood action...

Sufyan Dogra's latest publications

Objectively-measured sedentary time and physical activity in a bi-ethnic sample of young children: variation by socio-demographic, temporal and perinatal factors

Other Team members

Kate Morton

Research Fellow

Sarah Blower

Principal Research Fellow

Mallory Morehead

Research Fellow