Domain Staff and Steering Group
The Steering Group for the UCL Populations and Lifelong Health Domain serves the research community by promoting, coordinating and developing activities that enable new research activity, improve communications and facilitate career development.
The Steering Group will generally promote and/or undertake any activities that it considers to be strategically important and in the best interests of the whole Populations and Lifelong Health community at UCL whilst also being responsive to the needs of individuals and groups.
The Steering Group reports directly to the UCL Vice-Provost (Health) and serves as an autonomous but not an executive body; i.e. its activities are not directed by senior management, and it does not direct the strategies or running of Centres, Departments or Institutes. Its membership is broadly representative and through the establishment of working groups for specific tasks and discussion forums it will seek to ensure involvement of researchers from across the community. It receives seed-funding from UCL but also raises funds from external sources for specific events and to advance initiatives from the UCL Populations and Lifelong Health community.
Professor Dame Anne Johnson - UCL Populations & Lifelong Health Domain Chair, Department of Infection and Population Health
Judith Breuer - Department of Infection
Professor Graham Hart - Dean, Faculty of Population Health
Professor Rob Horne - School of Pharmacy
Dr David Osborn - Department of Mental Health Sciences
Professor Rosalind Raine - Director, NIHR CLAHRC North Thames
Professor Nick Tyler - Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering
Professor Laura Vaughan - Vice-Dean Health, The Bartlett, UCL Faculty of the Built Environment
Professor Dame Anne Johnson – Chair, UCL Populations & Lifelong Health Domain
" "The Steering Group will generally promote and/or undertake any activities that it considers to be strategically important and in the best interests of the whole Populations and Lifelong Health community at UCL."