Professor Wolfe is Professor of Public Health. He trained in Public Health at St Thomas' Hospital, becoming an Honorary Consultant in 1992 and was awarded a personal Chair at King's in 2002. He is currently the King's Health Partners Lead for Public Health and Director of Research and Development at Guy's and St Thomas'. His research addresses epidemiological and health services research questions in stroke. He is a member of the Health Services Research Network Board and was appointed as an NIHR Senior Investigator in 2008.
Professor Charles Wolfe's full profile
Professor Sturzenbaum is Professor of Toxicogenomics and Waterloo Campus Dean (Health). His main research evolves around heavy metal responsive genes and pathways in model and sentinel organisms.
Professor Stephen Sturzenbaum's full profile
Roscoe joined the university in May 2018. Prior to this, he worked as the Business Manager to the Deputy Vice-Chancellors for Education and External Engagement at the University of Exeter providing executive support and business management across the entire range of issues within the two DVC portfolios.
The School Manager is responsible for working in partnership with the Head of School and the School Executive to provide strategic and operational leadership within the School to deliver the ambitious research, education and international portfolio. This includes overseeing the School’s finances (turnover in excess of £20 million), as well as MRC and NIHR Research Centres, a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and growing global health partnership and research programmes. Roscoe ensures that the academic endeavour is supported by excellent professional services support and is a member of the Faculty Operations Executive through which he works closely with the Faculty Operating Officer and the other School Managers across the Faculty.
Dr Kalwant Sidhu, Senior Lecturer in Public Health Education
Professor Seeromanie Harding, Professor of Social Epidemiology
Dr Vasa Curcin, Senior Lecturer in Health Informatics
Professor Christopher McKevitt, Professor of Social Sciences & Health
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