Philip Angelides became a research assistant for the Centre on Global Health Security in February 2015, after working as project coordinator. His research at Chatham House focuses on global health governance and health in conflict areas, and most recently he has concentrated on the Ebola outbreak. Before joining Chatham House, Philip worked at Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (Fiocruz) on a joint project with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where he implemented a newly created antigen detection assay kit to identify areas in Brazil circulating West Nile virus. In 2012, Philip was a guest researcher in health geographics at the National Center for Environmental Health at the CDC, where he conducted geospatial analysis on toxic waste pollution and population health in the United States. From 2011-13, he was also a research associate with the Energy, Environment and Security Project, where he led on multiple projects focused on the health and environment nexus.
Philip received his MSc from The London School of Economics and BA from The Colorado College.
- Environment and health
- Global health governance
- Conflict and health
- Infectious disease control
- Disease detection and surveillance
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- Rethinking the Global Health System with Marco Schäferhoff, Elina Suzuki and Steven Hoffman, Research Paper, September 2015
- 'Ebola and future health crises: the role of the G7,' with Michael Edelstein and David Heymann, G8 Research Group, 2015
- 'Ebola: the challenging road to recovery' with Michael Edelsten and David Heymann, The Lancet, February 2015
- 'Ebola is not the only killer' with David Heymann, The World Today, December 2014
- 'Conceptualizing Greek Identity in an Era of Mass Migration,' Columbia University Journal of Politics and Society, April 2014