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Timothy Crocker-Buque


PhD Student

Theme 3 - Vaccine delivery and confidence

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Dr Tim Crocker-Buqué is a public health registrar currently undertaking a PhD in the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Immunisation. His project is looking at health systems factors affectingvaccine uptake and coverage at primary care level. He graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2010 with a medical degree and a masters in medical education before undertaking Foundation Programme placements across Barts Health NHS Trust in east London. After joining the speciality training programme in public health in 2013 he has completed placements at Tower Hamlets Local Authority and at the North East and Central London Health Protection Team at Public Health England before moving to LSHTM to complete an MSc in Public Health. He also manages the Ethiopian Medical Education Partnerships Project, a THET/DfID funded Health Partnership between Barts and the London and University of Exeter medical schools in the UK and two new Ethiopian medical schools at Aksum and Wollega.