Better Regulation for Better Health is led by Dr Eleanor Brooks (University of Edinburgh, UK) as part of a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship. Dr Brooks is a Lecturer in Health Policy and has a background in political science and international law. Her research focuses on EU health governance, including the role of EU institutions and other actors in health, the dynamics of integration and Europeanisation in the field of health, and the implications for health of key governance architectures, such as the European Semester. Eleanor is co-coordinator of the EU Health Governance Network, scientific advisor to the European Public Health Alliance and an alumni of the Young Forum Gastein.
Dr Ollie Bartlett is an Assistant Professor in Law at Maynooth University, Ireland. He specialises in risk regulation, with a particular interest in the regulation of health risks. He currently serves on the Editorial Team of the European Journal of Risk Regulation and is a Consultant to the World Health Organization on alcohol policy.
We’re delighted to announce that Kathrin Lauber (University of Bath) will join the BRBH project in January 2022.
The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) is Europe’s leading NGO alliance advocating for better health. EPHA is a member-led organisation, made up of more than 90 public health NGOs, patient groups and health professionals from across the continent. With the goal of improving health and reducing health inequalities, EPHA brings together the public health community to build capacity and facilitate change, and to advocate for a Europe whose policies and practices contribute to good health.
Project Advisory Group
The project is supported by an advisory group.
Prof Jeff Collin, Professor of Global Health Policy at the University of Edinburgh. Prof Collin has extensive experience in global health governance, with a particular emphasis on the role of corporate actors, as well as engagement with national governments, civil society and international organisations.
Mr Sascha Marschang, acting Secretary General of the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA). Following prior experience in the public and private sectors in Canada and the UK, Mr Marschang joined EPHA in 2009 and has led work on digital health, antimicrobial resistance, health workforce, access to care for vulnerable groups and pharmaceutical policy.
Prof Katherine Smith, Professor of Public Health Policy at the University of Strathclyde. Prof Smith has worked for more than a decade on how expert knowledge is constructed, translated and used in policy settings, particularly for issues relating to public health and inequalities, and how corporate actors seek to influence EU and EU member state policies.