Sarah is the Deputy Director of the Intellectual Forum, Jesus College, Cambridge, and a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Politics and International Relations (until Aug 2020), Cambridge Institute of Public Health (from August 2020) and a course leader for the Australian National University College of Law in its course on #MeToo and the Law and Global Health Law.
Sarah’s research sits at the interface of Law, Criminology, International Relations and Politics, Sociology, and Global Health. It explores how we affect social change around issues that impact upon people’s wellbeing in contemporary society. Her research continues to focus on cross-border issues, including human trafficking, the trade-in body products, and organs, death and suicide tourism, and the growing use of social media by health and other professionals in responding to global health issues.
Having held posts at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, the
The University of Cambridge, and the University of Oxford, amongst other institutions in the UK, USA, and Australia, Sarah is an experienced lecturer and researcher specializing in policy and public health analysis, as well as legal, qualitative, and ethnographic research.