Eleanor Kane
Research Fellow



Eleanor is an analyst in the Epidemiology and Cancer Statistics Group (ECSG), much of her work focusing on the epidemiology of haematological malignancies and the use of routine healthcare datasets for research purposes.  After completing her first degree in Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Edinburgh, she trained  in epidemiology at the University of Leeds where, working on several case-control studies, she completed her PhD research.  Eleanor has been a member of the International Lymphoma Epidemiology Consortium (InterLymph) since its inception in 2004, and has led on several pooled analysis initiatives and collaborated on others. 


  • BSc Mathematics and Statistics, University of Edinburgh
  • PhD Epidemiology, University of Leeds

Departmental roles

  • Member, Data Governance Committee



Eleanor’s research interests include cancer epidemiology, particularly haematological malignancies, lymphomas, and childhood cancers; systematic reviews and meta-analyses; and use of administrative datasets in health research.


Research group(s)

Epidemiology & Cancer Statistics Group (ECSG)


Eleanor would be interested in acting as a co-supervisor for PhDs in the following areas: cancer epidemiology including using routine and healthcare datasets; systematic reviews and meta-analysis.


Selected publications

Eleanor Kane's publications

External activities


  • InterLymph Consortium
  • InterLymph Consortium Lifestyle and Environment Working Group
  • InterLymph Consortium Pathology and Survival Working Group

Contact details

Dr Eleanor Kane
Research Fellow

Tel: 01904 32(1892)