Country: United Kingdom
External title: Research Assistant in Innovative Qualitative Methods for Global Health
I am a researcher with broad interests within global health, including climate change, gender and humanitarianism. I have a degree in neuroscience and a Masters degree in global health and development plus field experience in Nepal and Kenya.
I have worked within a number of student global health organisations but GHNGN is unusual in the diversity of experience that its members bring. As someone in the early stages of my career I can see the value in bringing these experiences together to shape the future of the global health field. Being part of GHNGN is also an amazing experience to work with other like-minded people from across the world.
As a news writer I aim to provide insight into the continuously evolving field of global health and development, while creating a platform for critical discussion among young professionals.