Alice is a DPhil student in Social Intervention, supervised by Dr David Humphreys, where her research will focus on gun violence prevention.
Prior to her doctorate, Alice has worked in both large donor organisations and with international research units. At the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation she worked in Neglected Tropical Diseases, with a focus on visceral leishmaniasis vector control. For Oxford University, she was a co-investigator at Thailand’s Mahidol Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU) where she evaluated community engagement in science research using theatre. In addition, she was the Programme Manager for Oxford’s Infectious Diseases Data Observatory (IDDO) for visceral leishmaniasis and Ebola where she coordinated the development of the platform, including the research agenda, governance, data flow, and stakeholder engagement.
Alice is on the Advisory Board of the Global Health Film initiative, and has bachelor degrees in Acting (Italia Conti), Genetics and Psychology (Adelaide University), and a Masters in International Health and Tropical Medicine (Oxford University).