The Global Public Health Unit, led by Professor David McCoy, is multidisciplinary and rooted in principles of equity, redistributive justice and social medicine. It seeks to understand the social, political and economic determinants of health through research and critical engagement with policy makers, the public, and our students.

 

Research

RESEARCH THEMES

Health Systems
Global Health Governance and Policy
Ecological Global Health
Migration, Culture and Health
Gender, Sex and Race
Neuroepidemiology
Social Determinants of Health
Health in Conflict Areas
Political Economy
Epistemology

 

RESEARCH GROUPS

Neuroepidemiology and Global Health
Ecological Global Health

 

Teaching

The unit delivers a suite of taught postgraduate and undergraduate programmes in global and international health. We have also started a PhD program and currently have one PhD student. The unit leads for the Barts and The London Medical School on global health in the medical curriculum and runs an intercalated BSc in global public health.

TAUGHT PROGRAMS

Undergraduate

Postgraduate

PhD Program

We welcome new applications for PhD study which closely match our research themes. If you are thinking of applying for a PhD in the Unit, you should make an informal inquiry to Professor McCoy.

Staff

 

Academic staff

Professor David McCoy

Dr Megan Clinch

Dr Elias Kondilis

Dr Doreen Montag

Dr Valentina Gallo 

Dr Jonathan Kennedy

Dr Adrienne Milner

Dr Giuliano Russo

Dr Andrew Harmer

Dr Sajida Ally

  

Teaching Fellow

 Dr Jonathan Filippon 

 

Administrative staff

Emily Mclean-Inglis

Ezinne Chukuka

 

OUR PHD STUDENTS     

Arianna Rotulo

 

Contact

Centre for Primary Care and Public Health
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
Yvonne Carter Building
58 Turner Street
London
E1 2AB 


Unit Administrator
Emily Mclean-Inglis
020 7882 2541
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