Visiting Senior Research Fellow
Adam Kamenetzky is a Senior Research Fellow at the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), the UK’s largest public funder of health and social care research. His work as an in-house researcher explores NIHR’s approaches to maximising impact and value, and how research evaluation can inform NIHR’s own funding policies and working practices.
Formerly a research fellow at the Policy Institute, Adam is passionate about ways to improve the social value and accountability of science to wider society. His research interests include science policy, the ‘science of science’, and participatory approaches to evaluation. Before joining King’s he held senior executive and advisory roles at charities including Médecins Sans Frontières and Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. He has an MSc in Science Communication from Imperial College London and a BSc in Developmental Biology from the University of Edinburgh, and is currently in the early stages of a practice-oriented PhD focussing on organisational approaches to research impact and its assessment.
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