• Aging and mental health;
  • Assessing the fulfillment of the human right to health in portuguese prisons;
  • Assessment of DNA repair throughout life course: a genotypic and phenotypic approach;
  • Association between postnatal growth and metabolic risk in childhood;
  • Better statistical information for better health: The Europeristat study;
  • Burden of HPV-related cancers in Portugal;
  • Contribution of epidemiology to quality improvement in health care;
  • Costs related to adverse events in hospitals – the National adverse events study (2015);
  • Developing and assessing the effectiveness of care pathways in the Portuguese NHS;
  • Digital health – the role of ethics and human rights in health technology assessment;
  • Early life dietary exposures on the dynamics of later physical and cognitive development;
  • Eating disorders patterns from adolescence to adulthood: determinants and consequences;
  • Economic evaluation of health strategies: measurement of costs and consequences, for decision-making;
  • Embryo donation for infertile couples;
  • Evolution and determinants of hospital readmissions in Portugal;
  • Gamete donation: contemporary issues in ethics and science;
  • Giving Birth as a migrant. Are Portuguese Maternities Migrant Friendly?;
  • Healthy cities –indicators to measure health and progress of a healthy city;
  • How the distribution of body fat and its tracking impact on metabolic risk profile from adolescence to adulthood;
  • Identifying more effective strategies for reducing the incidence of tuberculosis;
  • Identifying the profile of Helicobacter pylori negative gastric cancers;
  • Incidence of obesity and different fat distribution phenotypes during childhood;
  • Multiples: Are they concerned by the life course disadvantages of being born small? A study in G21 cohort;
  • Parents ’of very preterm infants’ satisfaction with care in Portugal and England;
  • Prevention of childhood obesity in early years – changing family behaviors;
  • Road Safety: opinions and behaviors. A research focus on speed, alcohol and fatigue;
  • Socioeconomic inequalities in health/healthcare: measurement and causal pathways, from an economic perspective;
  • Suicide ideation and suicide among men;
  • Tuberculosis:  Spatiotemporal modeling,  delay on diagnose and contact screening;
  • Variations in health care delivery and its impact on health care quality.