PhD masterclass led by Professor Lawrence Gostin for doctoral researchers in Public and Global Health

25 April 2018, 2.00 PM - 25 April 2018, 4.00 PM

Professor Lawrence Gostin

Room 1.13, 8-10 Berkeley Square

In this masterclass, UoB Benjamin Meaker Visiting Professor Lawrence Gostin - a world-leading global health researcher - will discuss how to approach the challenges of researching in public and global health, and crucially in how researchers can translate their research into practice. Prof Gostin is involved in collaborations, amongst others, with the WHO, The Lancet, and The Economist, and stands tall as a scholar who combines cutting-edge research agendas with activism and policy engagement.

The masterclass is open to all University of Bristol PhD students working in areas associated with Public and Global Health. Professor Gostin’s primary discipline is Law, but the masterclass is designed for a transdisciplinary audience. Professor Gostin will outline some key issues, following which the session will follow a discursive format, allowing you to raise challenges that you face in your own research, and ask questions about the complex interface between research and practice.

Space is limited, so booking is essential.

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