Dr Megan Clinch is a Social Anthropologist, and undertook her doctoral research at the BIOS Centre, London School of Economics. She has conducted research at the Institute of Public Health at the University of Cambridge, the Faculty of Social Science at the Open University, and undertaken a visiting postdoctoral fellowship at the Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies at the University of Copenhagen.
She is currently the lead of the Global Public Health and Policy Unit, which delivers an intercalating and postgraduate Global Public Health degree and burgeoning programme of research and scholarship. She is also the Public Advisory Panel lead, a theme that crosscuts all Wolfson Institute of Population Health (WIPH) activity. In this role Megan is working with colleagues from across the WIPH, QMUL and local stakeholders to co-design a strategy for socially engaged research and teaching that aims to tackle health inequalities across East London
Megan will co-lead the ethnographic research with Professor Deborah Swinglehurst. This will include supporting processes of qualitative data collection/analysis, the design and delivery of 3 interdisciplinary reflexive workshops and the development of guidance for future interdisciplinary AI collaborations.