Professor Brendan Wren

  • Professor Brendan Wren is Professor of Microbial Pathogenesis and Dean of Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. His research interests predominantly involve determining the genetic basis by which bacterial pathogens cause disease and exploiting this to develop vaccines against them.

  • Professor John Edmunds

  • Professor John Edmunds, OBE, is Dean of Faculty of Epidemiology & Population Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. His research focuses on infectious disease modelling and using data to help guide decision-making bodies internationally. He designed the ring vaccination trial design used to test an Ebola vaccine in Guinea during rhe 2014 epidemic and sits on the UK government’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation

  • Professor Liam Smeeth

  • Professor Liam Smeeth is Professor of Clinical Epidemiology  at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. He is a researcher, clinician and general practitioner and led a comprehensive study in 2004 which showed there was no link between autism and MMR.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Dr Ford Hickson

  • Dr Hickson has spent the last twenty years researching and describing patterns of sex between men, with a focus on HIV transmission. He led the design of the National Gay Men’s Sex Survey and was involved in the development of the European MSM Internet Survey. He worked at the Terrence Higgins Trust and Frontliners in the late 1980s before joining the Sigma Research team in 1990.

  • Dr Ford Hickson

  • Dr Hickson has spent the last twenty years researching and describing patterns of sex between men, with a focus on HIV transmission. He led the design of the National Gay Men’s Sex Survey and was involved in the development of the European MSM Internet Survey. He worked at the Terrence Higgins Trust and Frontliners in the late 1980s before joining the Sigma Research team in 1990.

  • Dr Ford Hickson

  • Dr Hickson has spent the last twenty years researching and describing patterns of sex between men, with a focus on HIV transmission. He led the design of the National Gay Men’s Sex Survey and was involved in the development of the European MSM Internet Survey. He worked at the Terrence Higgins Trust and Frontliners in the late 1980s before joining the Sigma Research team in 1990.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Dr Ford Hickson

  • Dr Hickson has spent the last twenty years researching and describing patterns of sex between men, with a focus on HIV transmission. He led the design of the National Gay Men’s Sex Survey and was involved in the development of the European MSM Internet Survey. He worked at the Terrence Higgins Trust and Frontliners in the late 1980s before joining the Sigma Research team in 1990.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Dr Adam Bourne

  • Dr Bourne’s research is dedicated to ensuring marginalised populations – particularly men who have sex with men, people who use drugs and African migrants – have a right to health, happiness and sexual wellbeing. His work focuses on risky behaviour and HIV transmission. He joined the Sigma Research team in 2008, which became part of the School in 2011.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Duncan Hamilton

  • Duncan, 25, is a psychology student living in London, UK. After three years engaging in the chemsex scene in the UK he recently made the decision to tackle his addiction to his chosen drug, mephedrone, and has been clean for almost one year. He is now finishing his undergraduate degree and looking to study for a PhD exploring people’s experiences of the chemsex world he just left.

  • Dr Ford Hickson

  • Dr Hickson has spent the last twenty years researching and describing patterns of sex between men, with a focus on HIV transmission. He led the design of the National Gay Men’s Sex Survey and was involved in the development of the European MSM Internet Survey. He worked at the Terrence Higgins Trust and Frontliners in the late 1980s before joining the Sigma Research team in 1990.

  • Dr Ford Hickson

  • Dr Hickson has spent the last twenty years researching and describing patterns of sex between men, with a focus on HIV transmission. He led the design of the National Gay Men’s Sex Survey and was involved in the development of the European MSM Internet Survey. He worked at the Terrence Higgins Trust and Frontliners in the late 1980s before joining the Sigma Research team in 1990.

  • Dr Ford Hickson

  • Dr Hickson has spent the last twenty years researching and describing patterns of sex between men, with a focus on HIV transmission. He led the design of the National Gay Men’s Sex Survey and was involved in the development of the European MSM Internet Survey. He worked at the Terrence Higgins Trust and Frontliners in the late 1980s before joining the Sigma Research team in 1990.

  • Dr Ford Hickson

  • Dr Hickson has spent the last twenty years researching and describing patterns of sex between men, with a focus on HIV transmission. He led the design of the National Gay Men’s Sex Survey and was involved in the development of the European MSM Internet Survey. He worked at the Terrence Higgins Trust and Frontliners in the late 1980s before joining the Sigma Research team in 1990.

  • Dr Ford Hickson

  • Dr Hickson has spent the last twenty years researching and describing patterns of sex between men, with a focus on HIV transmission. He led the design of the National Gay Men’s Sex Survey and was involved in the development of the European MSM Internet Survey. He worked at the Terrence Higgins Trust and Frontliners in the late 1980s before joining the Sigma Research team in 1990.

  • Dr Ford Hickson

  • Dr Hickson has spent the last twenty years researching and describing patterns of sex between men, with a focus on HIV transmission. He led the design of the National Gay Men’s Sex Survey and was involved in the development of the European MSM Internet Survey. He worked at the Terrence Higgins Trust and Frontliners in the late 1980s before joining the Sigma Research team in 1990.

  • Professor Kaye Wellings

  • Prof Wellings has worked in sexual health since the early 1980s. Her pioneering research has shaped the UK’s HIV services, HPV vaccination policy, the national chlamydia screening programme, teenage pregnancy strategy and health education campaigns for young people and gay men.

  • Professor Kaye Wellings

  • Prof Wellings has worked in sexual health since the early 1980s. Her pioneering research has shaped the UK’s HIV services, HPV vaccination policy, the national chlamydia screening programme, teenage pregnancy strategy and health education campaigns for young people and gay men.

  • Professor Kaye Wellings

  • Prof Wellings has worked in sexual health since the early 1980s. Her pioneering research has shaped the UK’s HIV services, HPV vaccination policy, the national chlamydia screening programme, teenage pregnancy strategy and health education campaigns for young people and gay men.

  • Professor Kaye Wellings

  • Prof Wellings has worked in sexual health since the early 1980s. Her pioneering research has shaped the UK’s HIV services, HPV vaccination policy, the national chlamydia screening programme, teenage pregnancy strategy and health education campaigns for young people and gay men.

  • Professor Kaye Wellings

  • Prof Wellings has worked in sexual health since the early 1980s. Her pioneering research has shaped the UK’s HIV services, HPV vaccination policy, the national chlamydia screening programme, teenage pregnancy strategy and health education campaigns for young people and gay men.

  • Dr Cicely Marston

  • Dr Marston works closely with young people to explore complex social issues around sexual and reproductive health. Her research focuses on sexual coercion, family planning, maternal and newborn health.

  • Dr Cicely Marston

  • Dr Marston works closely with young people to explore complex social issues around sexual and reproductive health. Her research focuses on sexual coercion, family planning, maternal and newborn health.

  • Dr Cicely Marston

  • Dr Marston works closely with young people to explore complex social issues around sexual and reproductive health. Her research focuses on sexual coercion, family planning, maternal and newborn health.

  • Dr Cicely Marston

  • Dr Marston works closely with young people to explore complex social issues around sexual and reproductive health. Her research focuses on sexual coercion, family planning, maternal and newborn health.

  • Professor Kaye Wellings

  • Prof Wellings has worked in sexual health since the early 1980s. Her pioneering research has shaped the UK’s HIV services, HPV vaccination policy, the national chlamydia screening programme, teenage pregnancy strategy and health education campaigns for young people and gay men.