Senior Lecturer in Applied Public Health, University of Liverpool

Ben Barr is a Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Liverpool. He studied anthropology as an undergraduate at University College London, trained as a nurse and undertook postgraduate studies in public health and epidemiology at LSHTM and the University of Liverpool. After a number of years working on humanitarian and infectious disease control programmes in post-conflict countries, he returned to work in applied public health in the UK for the Health Protection Agency and the NHS. He was awarded an NIHR doctoral fellowship in 2010 and held a Consultant in Public Health post with NHS Blackburn with Darwen for 3 years. His research focuses on the social causes and consequences of ill-health and policies that influence health inequalities

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    Senior Lecturer in Applied Public Health, University of Liverpool