Miriam Orcutt, MBBS MSc, is a medical doctor now working as a Senior Research Fellow in Global Public Health and Forced Migration at the Institute for Global Health, University College London, and is the Executive Director of Lancet Migration: global collaboration to advance migration health. Her main areas of academic and policy interest are: global health policy and governance, health system and medical-humanitarian resilience and response, forced migration and health, structural and political determinants of health for migrants. Miriam has a particular interest in the effective translation of research into policy and practice. Previous experience working as a Migration Health Specialist for Médecins sans Frontières and as a Public Health and Migration Consultant at the World Health Organisation.

Health Policy & Systems,
Humanitarian & Emergency Response,
Governance & Administration,
Social Determinants of Health,
Migration & Health