Moses is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He previously was the Course Organiser for the M.Sc Epidemiology programme. As such, he has been involved in most aspects of the teaching, pastoral and administrative processes for postgraduate students on the on-campus and online courses within the SPH. He has an interdisciplinary experience spanning several topics in bio-medicine, agriculture, social psychology, veterinary medicine and public health. He has previously worked in several junior and leadership roles covering research and teaching across different organisations in national and international settings.
Alongside his academic duties, he has previously been involved in the pastoral care of graduate and undergraduate students living in residence hall systems aiming to assist them in achieving a positive balance in their well-being and academics.
His main interests are in health inequalities, health protection, health services research and epidemiology. He usually works with systematic/literature reviews and quantitative methodology (especially secondary data analysis of electronic health records or relevant data-sets) but has interests in developing a mixed-methods portfolio. Thus, qualitatively oriented opportunities are also welcome. He enjoys progress and development among all especially new students/staff trying to find their footing in an organisation.
He welcomes research and teaching collaboration with any willing student/staff within (and outside) the SPH/College on any longer-term teaching and research opportunities.