The Centre for Science and Policy is piloting a programme with our partners in Cambridge to support CSaP Policy Fellows as they respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Drawing on expertise from across the University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Cluster of biomedical and tech companies, CSaP is piloting a programme that will provide support on the medium- and long-term policy responses to the current crisis.
The programme will offer a rapid response serivce, addressing questions put forward by selected Policy Fellows and connecting them to world-leading experts covering a wide range of disciplinary perspectives.
- Behaviour and Health Research Unit - Professor Dame Theresa Marteau
- Bennett Institute for Public Policy - Professor Diane Coyle, Professor Michael Kenny
- Cambridge Infectious Diseases - Professor James Wood, Dr Caroline Trotter, Professor Gordon Dougan
- Cambridge Zero - Dr Emily Shuckburgh
- Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences Dr Kathleen Liddell
- COVID-19 Economic Research - Professor Vasco Carvalho, Dr Meredith Crowley
- Faculty of Education - Professor Anna Vignoles
- NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East of England (mental health) - Professor Peter Jones
- THIS Institute - Professor Mary Dixon-Woods
- Trust and Technology Initiative - Dr Jat Singh
- Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication - Dr Alex Freeman, Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter
- Infectious disease modelling and epidemiology
- Testing, therapies and vaccines
- Communication of risk and evidence
- Behavioural responses to government advice
- Social harms and inequalities resulting from pandemic response
- Surveillance technologies, and the role of tech
- In the longer term, the kind of economy and social settlement that will come out of this