Hayley MacGregor

Professor, Institute of Development Studies (IDS)


Hayley MacGregor trained as a medical doctor in South Africa. She pursued further studies in Social Anthropology and completed a PhD at the University of Cambridge in 2003 on the experience of mental distress in a low-income urban settlement in South Africa. Her research interests include emerging infectious disease and pandemic preparedness; the anthropology of antimicrobial resistance; and concepts of care and chronicity in responses to lifelong illness, principally HIV and TB. She is a professor of Medical Anthropology and Global Health at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex.

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