VAX-TRUST research at the University of Nottingham is led by Dr Pru Hobson-West, Associate Professor in the School of Sociology and Social Policy, and Honorary Associate Professor in the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science.
Pru is a social scientist with particular expertise in medical sociology, science and technology studies and ethics. Dr Hobson-West has significant experience in working as part of large interdisciplinary teams, applying critical ideas to controversies in human and animal medicine.
Professor Kate Millar is Director of the Centre for Applied Bioethics, University of Nottingham, and Honorary Professor in the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science.
She is a bioethicist with expertise in Biotechnology Assessment; Bioethical Analysis; Animal, Agriculture and Food Ethics; and Public and Stakeholder Engagement. She has significant experience of working as part of EU funded grants. Her role in VAX-TRUST is to contribute to the ethics work package at the University of Nottingham. Professor Millar is also a member of the Ethics Advisory Board.
Dr Alistair Anderson is a Research Fellow in the School of Sociology and Social Policy. Alistair is a social scientist with expertise in mixed-methods social research, health geography, and science and technology studies.
His PhD in Human Geography, awarded by the University of Bristol in 2021, examined antibiotic stewardship by pet-owners through qualitative and quantitative research methods. Alistair has experience in interdisciplinary teamwork from his previous research on antibiotic stewardship and animal research.
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