Dr Freya Jephcott
Freya’s work utilises epidemiology and ethnography in order to understand the effectiveness of outbreak surveillance and response systems.
Freya Jephcott’s academic interests include:
- Field epidemiology
- Epistemic injustice
- Organizational theory.
- BA (Hons).
- MPhil, Cantab.
- PhD, Cantab.
Awards and prizes
- Ebola Medal for Service in Africa.
- ANU Chancellor’s Prize.
Freya has a particular interest in the variable visibility of different burdens of disease within public health and convenes the Hidden Epidemics and Epidemiological Obfuscation research network. In addition to her research, Freya also participates in applied and policy work on complex health emergencies with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Homesteading, sailing and set design.
Publications, links and resources
Find more information about Freya Jephcott's publications and research on ORCID.