– Alice Tompson –
Research FellowDepartment of Global Health & Development London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
15-17 Tavistock Place London WC1H 9SH United Kingdom
Alice is a Research Fellow with the Anti-Microbials in Society (AMIS) Hub. She has an academic background in public health, and worked as a primary care researcher at Oxford University prior to joining LSHTM.
She recently completed a PhD at LSHTM funded by a Bloomsbury College studentship looking at antimicrobial use in companion animals. Her research focuses on the human-animal nexus in the emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance. Alice is interested in the roles of antibiotics in society, the application of multi-species ethnographic perspectives to public health issues and the “One Health” approach.Share
The latest commentary on the use of antimicrobials in society.
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