Clare Wenham, PhD is Assistant Professor of Global Health Policy at London School of Economics and Political Science. She specialises in global health security and pandemic preparedness and outbreak response policy. Her work considers global health governance, national priorities and financing pandemic control. More recently she analysed the downstream effects of global health security policy on women, with a forthcoming OUP book offering a feminist critique of the Zika outbreak in Latin America. Her work features in several academic journals. She previously worked at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, delivering surveillance and transmission of infectious disease projects.
London School of Economics & Political Science