Gemma Williams

Gemma Williams

PhD candidate

Department of Social Policy

About me

Research topic:

A quantitative exploration of inequalities in health and access to health care for migrants in Europe

Gemma is from London, England and is a Research Officer at LSE Health and a part-time PhD candidate in the Department of Social Policy, LSE. Gemma is currently working on projects researching migrant health in Europe, social health protection in Africa and Asia and medical technology innovations in the NHS. She has previously worked as a health economist in the Rwandan Ministry of Health and for a HIV/AIDS NGO in Ahmedabad, India. She holds a MSc in International Development Studies from the Universiteit van Amsterdam and a BA in Economics from the University of Sheffield. 

Research interests: Health inequalities; migrant health; health behaviours; health financing; developing countries.

Supervisors: Professor Lucinda Platt, Professor Ali McGuire