International Advisory Board
Paul Kadetz holds the Robert Fisher Oxnam Endowed Chair of Science and Society at Drew University in the U.S., where he is also the Director of the masters and doctoral programs in Medical Humanities. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at The University of Liverpool in China and an Associate and Lecturer of the China Centre for Health and Humanity, University College London.
Paul is a Medical Anthropologist and a clinician who works in the areas of Global Health and International Health and Sustainable Development. He completed his doctorate in International Development at The University of Oxford. Paul's research has concerned: global health policies, post-disaster recovery and resilience, the anthropology of safety, the impact of foreign aid on healthcare systems and healthcare challenges in China, The Philippines, Cuba, Guatemala, Madagascar and Morocco. His co-edited volume, Handbook of Welfare in China, was published by Edward Elgar Press. His co-edited and co-authored volume; Creating Katrina, Rebuilding Resilience: Lessons from New Orleans on Vulnerability and Resiliency published by Elsevier.