I am a lecturer at the University of Oxford for the MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine. I am teaching the following units:
- Key Players in Global Health
- Attitudes Towards Vaccines
- Communicating During Disease Outbreaks
- Qualitative Research Synthesis
- Public Engagement
- Vaccine Hesitancy
I also teach units in the Module on Complex Interventions and behavioural Science, Public Health Registrar Training Programme, and the One Health Simulation Day led by Dr Gail Carson. I am a guest lecturer for the MSc Tropical Medicine & International Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and the MSc Technology, Science, Decision, at the University of Grenoble. I have previously taught units at UCL (University College London) for the Governing emerging technologies course, as well as teaching seminar classes.
I supervise undergraduate, masters, and DPhil students at the University of Oxford, currently:
- Kate Joynes-Burgess
- Dr Jonathan Kantor
- Tatyana Marks
- Louis Torracinta
- Natasha Puttick
My academic administrative duties include being an editorial board member for Social Science and Medicine – Qualitative Research in Health, steering committee member for Vaccination Acceptance Research Network (VARN), representative at World Health Organisation ‘Vaccine Safety Net’; and advisory board member for the Changing Political Economy of Research & Innovation (CPERI). I have been a regular journal reviewer (e.g. Social Science and Medicine, BMJ Global Health, Science as Culture, Sociology of Health and Illness, Critical Public Health, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Critical Policy Studies) and also for funding bodies (e.g. The Wellcome Trust Early Career Award, Actions Concertées InterPasteuriennes at Institut Pasteur, and the NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme).