Four doctoral students in the School graduated on 12 December 2019

12 Dec 2019 - 12:15

Bey-Marrie Schmidt (Left), Hussein Mwanga (Middle), Kirsty Brittain (Right).  Nicola Foster (absent)

Congratulations to Kirsty Brittain (Epidemiology and Biostatistics Division), Hussein Mwanga (Occupational Medicine Division), Bey-Marrie Schmidt (Social and Behavioural Sciences Division) and Nicola Foster (Health Economics Division) on graduating with their PhDs on Thursday 12 December 2019.

This is a wonderful achievement.  Well done to all of them!

These achievements attest to the growing strength and popularity of the doctoral programme, which now has 93 students pursuing their research in the various fields of public health and family medicine and registered in the 8 divisions of the School.

A special thank you to Assoc. Prof Susan Cleary (Programme Convenor) and Ms Latiefa Adams (Programme Administrator) for running this programme in the School and to all the supervisors in the various divisions of the School and beyond for their academic contributions and mentorship of these students.