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Wolfson Institute of Population Health

Mr Liam Arnull, BA MA MRes


PhD Student



I am a PhD research student within the Global Public Health Unit situated within the Centre for Public Health & Policy at the Wolfson Institute of Population Health, Queen Mary University of London.

My interests revolve around the health and wellbeing of the Queer community; utilising sociological, political, and public health perspectives to analyse intersecting barriers and their solutions.

My current research has focused on barriers to transgender sexual and reproductive health as well as wider research into sexual orientation, gender identity and expression “change” efforts (SOGIECE) within the UK that includes issues such as hate crime, conversion “therapy”, and healthcare access denial.


Research Interests:

My research centres around understanding the intersecting barriers that impact Queer health and wellbeing across societal areas and levels. I am particularly interested in understanding and drawing out the sociological and historical elements of Queer health to better contextualise their public health solutions.

I use a range of qualitative and quantitative methods, including experience with bibliometric and content analysis to draw out deeper insights into literature.

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