Henock is a Senior Teaching Fellow in Public Health and Course Organiser of the Master of Public Health (MPH) Course at Imperial. He has studied public heath in Ethiopia, the UK and Denmark. He obtained his PhD from the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield. His PhD explores the roles and influences of Global Public Private Partnerships in advancing Global Health goals, through an in-depth analysis of the work of the Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria in Ethiopia.
He has also worked for different international non-governmental organisations coordinating needs assessments, design, implementation and evaluation of public health projects, in Ethiopia and Uganda. He is currently module leader for the Research Methods module on the MPH and teaches topics related to global health governance, health policy, qualitative research and mixed methods approaches. He is interested in developing case based, interactive teaching methods that bring the complexities of the real-world to the classroom setting.
Henock supervises a range of MPH dissertations, and is interested in health service/policy evaluations, mixed methods approaches utilising both secondary and primary data, and systematic reviews.