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Read more at: Rosalind Parkes-Ratanshi

Rosalind Parkes-Ratanshi

Dr Rosalind Parkes-Ratanshi is a Global Health specialist who combines research with clinical work and innovative health system projects to sustain health services for infectious diseases in Africa. She has over 15 years’ experience working in Uganda. She served as head of clinical services at Infectious Diseases Institute Makerere, University and in 2015 she established the Academy for Health Innovation, Uganda at IDI.

Read more at: Xinye Zou

Xinye Zou

Xinye Zou is a final-year PhD student at the University of Cambridge, specialising in social medicine and health education. She holds a Master's degree from Harvard University and a BSc from Syracuse University. Her principal areas of research encompass life course studies, socioeconomic determinants of health, health behaviour, health disparities, psychosocial well-being, health education, and healthcare management.

Read more at: Allan G Nsubuga

Allan G Nsubuga

Public Health practioner with keen interest in M&E, and finding global health solutions in resource limited settings.

Read more at: Susie Nightingale

Susie Nightingale

Susie is the Research and Impact Co-ordinator at the Andrew and Virginia Rudd Centre, Faculty of Education.

Read more at: The urgency to address the needs of older people with frailty and HIV
Adressing the needs of older people with frailty and HIV

The urgency to address the needs of older people with frailty and HIV

Read more at: Dr Charlotte Hammer

Dr Charlotte Hammer

I am an applied infectious diseases epidemiologist. My research focusses on emerging and high consequence infectious diseases, covering aspects such as risk factor identification, development of novel surveillance systems and outbreak response mechanisms.

Read more at: Charlie Artingstoll

Charlie Artingstoll

Charlie Artingstoll runs Sin Sar Bar — a social change organisation in Myanmar. His work focuses on taking important ideas and concepts, and finding creative ways to communicate them to the general public across multiple channels and also multiple languages. Key to his approach is working together with grassroots civil society organisations to ensure that the messages reach the right people in ways that people best understand.

Read more at: Professor Olivier Restif

Professor Olivier Restif

Olivier Restif is the Alborada Associate Professor in Epidemiology at the Department of Veterinary Medicine, and has broad expertise in the use of mathematical and statistical models to study the dynamics if infectious diseases. He leads a diverse, multi-disciplinary team working on a range of diseases in people, livestock and wildlife within a One Health framework. Current research projects include wildlife reservoir of zoonotic diseases, dog rabies and antimicrobial resistance in zoonotic bacteria.  

Read more at: Susan Ifeagwu

Susan Ifeagwu

I am a PhD Candidate studying universal health coverage (UHC) in Sub-Saharan Africa with a focus on Uganda. My research interests span health systems strengthening in low- and middle-income countries, health inequalities, global health policy, development and sustainability.

Read more at: Eolene Boyd-MacMillan

Eolene Boyd-MacMillan

Dr Eolene Boyd-MacMillan, PhD, is a social psychologist working within the framework of public mental health promotion to develop and test community-based interventions that increase self-regulation, resilience and social cohesion and reduce destructive social polarisation and inequalities. She is Senior Research Associate and Co-Director of IC Research, Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge.