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Teaching staff

Dr Katherine Smith

Director Global Public Health Unit

Katherine Smith is interested in the relationships between public health evidence, policy and advocacy. Her research focuses on knowledge exchange, theories of policy change, analysing policies to reduce health inequalities, and corporate and third sector efforts to influence policy. More about her work can be found here.

She teaches on the following GPHU courses:

Dr Sarah Hill

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Sarah Hill is interested in the relationships between policy, public health and inequalities, including intervention-related inequalities in health. More about her work can be found here.

She teaches on the following GPHU courses:

Professor Jeff Collin

Jeff Collin's research focuses on globalisation and tobacco control. His wider academic interest concerns global health governance and the health impacts of population mobility and of trade liberalisation. More about his work can be found here.

Dr Mark Hellowell

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Programme Director MSc Health Systems and Public Policy; MSc Health Inequallities and Public Policy

Mark Hellowell's research programme focuses on the role of markets, competition and private financing in health care systems. More about his work can be found here.

He teaches on the following GPHU courses:

Dr Anuj Kapilashrami

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Anuj Kailashrami's research programme focuses on health policy and governance; theoretical and methodological engagement with Governance and the role of social movements in advancing human rights and social justice in health, and;  gender inequalities and social and structural determinants of health. More about her work can be found here.

She teaches on the following GPHU courses:

Dr Sudeepa Abeysinghe

Sudeepa AbeysingheSudeepa Abeysinghe's research programme focuses on upon the relationship between knowledge and policy, particular in the global management of risk. She is particularly interested in the social construction of risk and uncertainty, infectious disease governance, the political sociology of institutions, and the social classification of disease. More about her work can be found here.

She teaches on the following GPHU courses:

Dr Emily Adrion

Emily Adrion's research focuses on health care costs and utilisation, public and private health insurance markets, and health care financing. She is particularly interested patient out-of-pocket spending on medical care, and has expertise in quantitative methods and large database analysis. 

She teaches on the following GPHU courses: