Charlotte is a PhD candidate at the University of East Anglia and a member of the Health Protection Research Unit in Emergency Preparedness and Response at King's College London in Collaboration with Public Health England. Her research focuses on risk factors for communicable disease outbreaks in (complex) humanitarian emergencies. Prior to joining UEA, she worked as a researcher at Aberystwyth University, at the International Center for Ethics in the Sciences and Humanities at the University of Tubingen and as an Emergency Response Coordinator for a German Humanitarian NGO, for which she continues to consult.Charlotte holds a Masters of Public Health with Distinction from the University of Manchester with a focus on communicable disease epidemiology and control, a Masters in Risk and Security with Distinction from Durham University with a focus on emergency biosecurity and disaster management and a BA in Politics and Society at Bonn University in Germany. She also completed the United Nations Staff Officer Course at the German Armed Forces Command and Staff College. Her studies have been supported by the German Academic Scholarship Foundation and the National Institute for Health Research in the UK.Her wider research interests include risk assessment, emergency surveillance, communicable disease control, humanitarian health, disaster bioethics, conflict epidemiology and biosecurity. Charlotte is supervised by Professor Paul Hunter (Norwich Medical School), Doctor Alexandria Innes (School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies) and Doctor Julii Brainard (Norwich Medical School).

Academic Background

Master of Public Health, 2017, University of Manchester

MA Risk and Security, 2013, Durham University

BA Politics and Society, 2012, University of Bonn

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