Tiffany is a Principal Research Fellow and works across the BiB family of projects and European collaborations including the LifeCycle and Advancing Tools for Human Early Lifecourse Exposome Research and Translation (ATHLETE) consortiums, which seek to harmonize and expand the reach of cohort data and collaboration. She is also involved in the BiB Breathes project evaluating the health impact of the Bradford Clean Air Plan and co-leads the ‘Healthy Bodies’ workstream of the NIHR Yorkshire and Humber Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) and the quasi-experimental evaluation workstream of ActEarly. Tiffany has a background in nutritional science and epidemiology, completing her PhD, MPH, and RD at the University of Michigan School of Public Health where her research focused on exposures to environmental endocrine-disrupting compounds and child growth and obesity. She is interested in environmental influences on health and specifically in the areas of diet, nutrition, and obesity, evaluation of public health interventions, and collaborations to enhance the use and impact of cohort data.

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Gillian Santorelli, Jane West, Tiffany Yang, John Wright, Maria Bryant, D.A.Lawlor, (2021). Differences in total and regional body fat and their association with BMI in UK-born White and South Asian children: findings from the Born in Bradford birth cohort [version 1; peer review: 1 approved with reservations]. Wellcome Open Research DOI: 10.12688/wellcomeopenres.16659.1,
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Kurt Taylor, Nancy McBride, Neil J Goulding, Kimberley Burrows, Dan Mason, Lucy Pembrey, Tiffany Yang, Rafaq Azad, John Wright, Deborah A Lawlor , (2021). Metabolomics datasets in the Born in Bradford cohort. Wellcome Open Research
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Kelly B, West J, Yang T C, Mason D, Hasan T and Wright J , (2019). The association between body mass index, primary healthcare use and morbidity in early childhood; findings from the Born in Bradford cohort study. Public Health 21-27. DOI: 10.1016/j.puhe.2018.10.019,
Citlalli Osorio-Yáñez, Diana B.P.Clement, Lea Maitre, Martha Vives- Usano, Mariona Bustamant, David Martinez Maribel Casasa, Jan Alexander, Cathrine Thomsen, Leda Chatzigh, Kristine B. Gützkowf, Regina Grazulevicienei, Dries S. Martense, Michelle Plusquine, Remy Slama, Rosemary R C McEachan, John Wright, Tiffany C Yang, Jose Urquiza, Ibon Tamayoad, Jordi Sunyer, Marina Vefeiadin, Tim S. Nawroteo, MartineVrijheid, (2019). Early life tobacco exposure and children’s telomere length: the HELIX Project. The Science of the Total Environment DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135028,
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John Wright, Andrew C. Hayward, Jane West, Kate E. Pickett, Rosie M. McEachan, Mark Mon-Williams, Nicola Christie, Laura Vaughan, Jess Sheringham, Muki Haklay, Laura Sheard, Josie Dickerson, Sally Barber, Neil Small, Richard Cookson, Philip Garnett, Tracey Bywater, Nicholas Pleace, Eric J. Brunner, Claire Cameron, Marcella Ucci, Steve Cummins, Daisy Fancourt, Jens Kandt, Paul Longley, Steve Morris, George Ploubidis, Robert Savage, Robert W. Aldridge, Dan Hopewell, Tiffany Yang, Dan Mason, Gillian Santorelli, Richard Romano, Maria Bryant, Liam Crosby, Trevor Sheldon, (2019). ActEarly: a City Collaboratory approach to early promotion of good health and wellbeing. Wellcome Open Research
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T. C. Yang , P. Sahota, K. E. Pickett and M. Bryant , (2018). Association of food security status withoverweight and dietary intake: explorationof White British and Pakistani-originfamilies in the Born in Bradford cohort. Nutrition Journal DOI: 10.1186/s12937-018-0349-7,
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S Islam, N Small, M Bryant, T Yang, A Cronin De Chavez, F Saville, J Dickerson, (2018). Addressing obesity in Roma communities: a community readiness approach. International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare DOI: 10.1108/IJHRH-06-2018-0038,
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Rosemary R C McEachan 1, Tiffany C Yang 2, Hannah Roberts 3, Kate E Pickett 4, Diana Arseneau-Powell 4, Christopher J Gidlow 5, John Wright 3, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen 6, (2018). Availability, use of, and satisfaction with green space, and children’s mental wellbeing at age 4 years in a multicultural, deprived, urban area: results from the Born in Bradford cohort study. pub med