Clare is a LSE Fellow in Global Health Politics. Her research falls for the most part in the cross over between global health and international relations, focusing on global health governance, health security and infectious disease control. She previously worked in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, working on a series of projects relating to surveillance and transmission of infectious disease. Prior to this she also undertook a PhD at Aberystwyth University in International Relations, examining the tensions between global disease governance and individual state sovereignty and a fellowship at the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology. Before starting her academic career, Clare worked in public health policy roles at the Faculty of Public Health and for an NHS trust.

Experience

  • –present
    Fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science