Mr Dan Brunsdon
Health Data in Practice PhD Programme Student
I am a medical anthropologist and a former Research Fellow on the UK Public Health Rapid Support Team within Public Health England and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. My background is in qualitative research methods, having studied BA Anthropology with Political Science at the University of Birmingham and an MSc in Medical Anthropology at Durham University with a focus on infectious disease. I am an advocate for public engagement activities in science communication, and currently take part in Skype A Scientist. Previously I have made finalist in I’m a Scientist Get Me Out Of Here 2020 and appeared on SHMU Radio Aberdeen as well as Higher Education, Human Employment podcast.