Jonathan R. Goodman

Research Associate

I am a research associate based at Cambridge Public Health working on the Population Evidence and Data Science (PEDS) theme. I am interested in using models from the evolutionary social sciences to help solve issues of trust in the healthcare setting. For the PEDS theme, I will be involved in the design and management of interdisciplinary projects that aim to use data more effectively to reduce health inequality. 

I have a PhD from Cambridge’s Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies and previously held a fellowship at Imperial College London’s Institute of Global Health Innovation. My work draws on a diverse body of literature, ranging from anthropology and biology to ethics and public health, which I believe apply effectively to major problems like health inequality.