Dr Kate Timmins
Dr Kate Timmins

Dr Kate Timmins

Research Fellow

About

Biography

I joined the Epidemiology Group in 2022 as a Research Fellow. I am currently working with the Consortium Against Pain InEquality (CAPE), investigating the relationship between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and chronic pain.

I was first introduced to epidemiology whilst doing an MSc in Public Health Nutrition, and as a result pursued a PhD in Nutritional Epidemiology at the University of Leeds, investigating the monetary costs of diets and obesity (completing in 2014). Following this, I undertook post-doctoral positions at the University of Leeds, conducting a review on the use of new technologies in dietary assessment, and at the University of Nottingham within the Arthritis Research UK Centre for Sport, Exercise and Osteoarthritis. I moved to the University of Lincoln in 2016 as a Senior Lecturer in Physical Activity and Health. I have experience researching and lecturing in physical activity and nutrition, data collection methods, injury epidemiology, obesity and osteoarthritis.

Research

Research Areas

Applied Health Sciences

Research Specialisms

  • Epidemiology
  • Health Sciences
  • Nutrition
  • Sport and Exercise Sciences
  • Research Skills

Our research specialisms are based on the Higher Education Classification of Subjects (HECoS) which is HESA open data, published under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence.

Publications

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  • Injury Incidence Across the Menstrual Cycle in International Footballers

    Martin, D., Timmins, K., Cowie, C., Alty, J., Mehta, R., Tang, A., Varley, I.
    Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, vol. 3, 616999
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • Can big data solve a big problem? Reporting the obesity data landscape in line with the Foresight obesity system map

    Morris, M. A., Wilkins, E., Timmins, K. A., Bryant, M., Birkin, M., Griffiths, C.
    International Journal of Obesity, vol. 42, pp. 1963-1976
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • How has big data contributed to obesity research? A review of the literature

    Timmins, K. A., Green, M. A., Radley, D., Morris, M. A., Pearce, J.
    International Journal of Obesity, vol. 42, pp. 1951-1962
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • Development of a new assessment tool for cervical myelopathy using hand-tracking sensor: Part 1: validity and reliability

    Alagha, M., Alagha, M., Dunstan, E., Sperwer, O., Timmins, K., Boszczyk, B.
    European Spine Journal, vol. 26, pp. 1291-1297
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • Development of a new assessment tool for cervical myelopathy using hand-tracking sensor: Part 2: normative values

    Alagha, M., Alagha, M., Dunstan, E., Sperwer, O., Timmins, K., Boszczyk, B.
    European Spine Journal, vol. 26, pp. 1298-1304
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • Running and Knee Osteoarthritis: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.

    Timmins, K., Leech, R., Batt, M., Edwards, K.
    American Journal of Sports Medicine, vol. 45, no. 6, pp. 1447-1457
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • Validation of spatial microsimulation models: A proposal to adopt the bland-altman method

    Timmins, K., Edwards, K.
    International Journal of Microsimulation, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 106-122
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • The monetary value of diets consumed by British adults: An exploration into sociodemographic differences in individual-level diet costs

    Timmins, K., Hulme, C., Cade, J. E.
    Public Health Nutrition, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 151-159
    Contributions to Journals: Articles
  • Comparability of methods assigning monetary costs to diets: Derivation from household till receipts versus cost database estimation using 4-day food diaries

    Timmins, K., Morris, M. A., Hulme, C., Edwards, K., Clarke, G., Cade, J. E.
    European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol. 67, pp. 1072-1076
    Contributions to Journals: Articles