Global Public Health Unit
Queen Mary’s Global Public Health Unit was established in 2011, and is rooted in the various disciplines of public health and social medicine. It has a strong orientation towards the social aims of equity, justice and sustainability; as well as towards health systems that are universal, comprehensive and operating in the public interest.
The Unit is mainly built around the delivery of a Global Health teaching programme which consists of five on-site MSc programmes, an online MSc programme and an undergraduate BSc in Global health.
All taught programmes are multi-disciplinary, and cover the biological, environmental, social, political and economic dimensions of the challenges we face in securing a healthier world, in low- as well as high-income settings.
The Unit also has a small but growing research programme, with its eleven academic staff also engaging in policy debates and public health programmes both locally and internationally.
Call for applications:
Dr Adrienne Milner
Dr Jennifer Randall
Global Health Support Manager
Sarah Amin (Maternity Cover)
Emily Mclean-Inglis (Maternity leave)
Taught Programmes Administrator
The GPHU currently offers a variety of multi-disciplinary postgraduate and undergraduate taught programs, tailored for high- as well as low-income country students
- MSc Global Public Health (online)
- MSc Global Public Health and Policy
- MSc Global Health, Law and Governance
- MSc Migration, Culture and Global Health
- MSc Global Health Systems Theory and Policy
- MSc International Primary Health Care
We welcome new applications for PhD study which closely match our research themes from students from high-, middle and low-income countries. If you are thinking of applying for a PhD in the Unit, you should make an informal inquiry to Dr Valentina Gallo, email@example.com.
As a multi-disciplinary unit, we conduct research across a range of topics. Key areas include: health systems policy research, with an emphasis on health financing & human resources; global health governance and politics; migration and health; neuro-epidemiology; race, gender, sexuality and health; and research into the methodological challenges of evaluating complex interventions.
Centre for Primary Care and Public Health
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
Yvonne Carter Building
58 Turner Street
020 7882 2310
Emily Mclean-Inglis(Maternity leave)
020 7882 2541
Sarah Amin (Maternity cover)
020 7882 2541