My current research falls within five broad categories.
1. The social and political dimensions to epidemic/pandemic preparedness and response (Zika, Ebola, Corona-virus, etc).
2. The field of One Health, including antimicrobial resistance, animal health, zoonotic disease and the links between food systems, anthropogenic change and human health.
3. Community engagement, risk communication and social and behavioural change in large-scale global health programs, specifically for malaria, cholera and lymphatic filariasis.
4. An emerging interest in chronic disease and chemicals/pollution, including kidney disease, cancer and the potential health effects of electromagnetic radiation (wifi, 5G, etc).
5. Methodology and interdisciplinary research and innovation, including the role of focused ethnography and the interface between epidemiology, disease modelling, big data and cultural/medical anthropology.