Clare Bambra is Professor of Public Health. Her research examines health inequalities; the political, social, economic and environmental determinants of health; and how public policies and interventions can reduce health inequalities.
She is also the Associate Director and Health Inequalities lead for Fuse: Centre for Translational Research in Public Health and an Executive member of the NIHR School for Public Health Research.
Professor of Public Health, Newcastle University
Health Divides: where you live can kill you, Policy Press
Health Inequalities: Critical Perspectives, Oxford University Press
Neoliberal Epidemics: How Politics Makes Us Sick, Palgrave Macmillan
Work, worklessness and the political economy of health, Oxford University Press
Grants and Contracts
HiNews: Health Inequalities in European Welfare States
Local Health Inequalities in an Age of Austerity
fuse: The Centre for Research Excellence in Translational Research in Public Health