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Institute of Population Health Sciences (IPHS)

Dr Megan Clinch, BA MA PhD

Megan

Senior Lecturer in Medicine and Society

Email: m.clinch@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: 020 7882 5876

Profile

Megan is a Social Anthropologist who undertook her doctoral research at the BIOS Centre, LSE. She has conducted research at the Institute of Public Health at the University of Cambridge, the Faculty of Social Science at the Open University, and undertaken a visiting postdoctoral fellowship at the Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies at the University of Copenhagen. She is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Global Public Health.

 

Teaching

Megan supports the Director of Global Health Taught Programmes to run a range of postgraduate and undergraduate degrees. She is also lead of the module ‘Evidence, Policy and Global Health’.

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Research

Research Interests:

Megan is currently a Co-Investigator on the UK Climate Resilience Programme project Mobilising Adaptation: Governance of Infrastructure through Co-Production (MAGIC) . She is also completing the Wellcome Trust funded Test Sites project in collaboration with the curatorial organisation Arts Catalyst and artist Ruth Levene. In both of these projects she is developing anthropological and artistic methodologies aimed and supporting communities to reflect on and meet the challenges of living with climate induced flooding in the United Kingdom.

Building on her commitment to civically minded teaching and research, she is also working with a range of third sector and statutory partners to develop community led research, evaluation and education capacity across the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Together these activities provide a means through which she can explore how different forms of investigation, experimentality, evidence, and evaluation are understood and negotiated in the development of complex multi stakeholder public health interventions.

 

 

Publications

View all of Megan Clinch's Research Publications at: http://www.researchpublications.qmul.ac.uk/publications/staff/33061.html