Professor Clare Bambra
Clare Bambra is Professor of Public Health. She is an interdisciplinary social scientist working at the interface of public health, health politics & policy, health geography and social epidemiology. Her mixed methods research focuses on understanding and reducing health inequalities.
She has published widely including several books. She is a Senior Investigator in several large collaborations: CHAIN: Centre for Global Health Inequalities Research; NIHR Policy Research Unit in Behavioural Science, SIPHER: UKPRP consortium on Systems Science in Public Health, NIHR Applied Research Collaboration – North East and North Cumbria (NE-NC-ARC), NIHR Communities in Control study, NIHR School for Public Health Research and Fuse: the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health.
Clare is a Director of the Equal England: Health Inequalities Knowledge Exchange Network and she leads a Wellcome Trust grant investigating the North-South health divide.
She works regularly with policy and practice organisations including the NHS, Public Health England, European Union and WHO.