Ahmed Razavi is a public health doctor with the Global Health programme at Chatham House. He also works with the global public health team at Public Health England and with the Faculty of Public Health on the role of the NHS in prevention.
Prior to joining Chatham House, Ahmed worked with the WHO Collaborating Centre for Public Health Education and Training at Imperial College London and was an academic clinical fellow in public health at the University of Cambridge.
He has worked on a range of different projects including a WHO report on integrating primary care and public health and research work on cardiovascular disease and diabetes mortality in the Caribbean.
He graduated from University College London Medical School in 2013 and completed his Masters in Public Health (MPhil) from the University of Cambridge in 2016. He has completed his specialist examinations from the Faculty of Public Health.
|2015 - present||Public health registrar|
|2013-15||Foundation doctor, NHS|
|2007-13||Medicine, University College London|