Sally leads the Migrant Health Research Group at St George’s, University of London, a multi-disciplinary team with a particular focus on vaccination, tuberculosis, and COVID-19. She has 20 years’ experience working in a variety of research, consultancy, and lecturing posts relevant to designing and evaluating complex interventions in healthcare. She has a track record in health service research with an interest in health inequalities, health promotion and prevention in migrant and ethnic minority populations and is Principal Investigator on several grants, including an NIHR Advanced Fellowship ‘Promoting vaccine uptake in migrants through UK primary care’ and an Academy of Medical Sciences Springboard Award ‘Multi-disease testing and catch-up vaccination in migrants’. She is a Task Force Member for the UCL-Lancet Commission on Migration and Health European Hub, involved in global and regional dialogue and policymaking around the promotion of Universal Health Coverage and tackling health inequalities in migrant populations, and a Consultant for WHO and the ECDC.
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