Experts available to comment on G7 summit discussions

Experts available to comment on G7 summit discussions Experts available to comment on G7 summit discussions

June 10, 20211 min read
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A range of experts from the University of Bristol are available to comment on the upcoming G7 summit taking place in Cornwall, UK.


Professor Simon Tormey, Professor of Politics and Dean of Social Sciences and Law at the University of Bristol can speak about what G7 means for UK, reboot of US-China relations, climate change, and taxes on large corporations. Simon can also do interviews in French.


Dr David Matthews, Reader in Virology in the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine at the University of Bristol and a member of the 'G2P-UK' National Virology Consortium, can discuss vaccines and global health security.


Dr Kate Hendry, Associate Professor of Geochemistry at the University of Bristol can discuss ocean action including net zero oceanographic capability.


Dr Tommaso Jucker, Research Fellow at the University of Bristol’s Cabot Institute for the Environment, can cover: supporting the transition to a low carbon economy – the role of forest conservation and reforestation in mitigating climate change, and action to halt and reverse biodiversity loss – ecosystem restoration.


Dr Kristen Reyher, Reader in Veterinary Epidemiology and Population Health at the University of Bristol, is able to discuss antimicrobial resistance, antimicrobial stewardship, antimicrobial use, and epidemiology.


And Professor Awais Rashid, Professor of Cyber Security at the University of Bristol, is available for the following topics: Internet safety including protecting children and online fraud, darknet markets, privacy issues and data exploitation.









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  • Professor Simon Tormey
    Professor Simon Tormey Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law

    Exploring political theory, European politics, social critique and continental thought

  • Dr Kate Hendry
    Dr Kate Hendry Associate Professor

    Using isotopic fingerprinting to track the flow of nutrients that are important for algae and marine ecosystems

  • Dr Tommaso Jucker
    Dr Tommaso Jucker NERC Independent Research Fellow

    Examining the interplay between humans and forests

  • Dr Kristen Reyher
    Dr Kristen Reyher Reader in Veterinary Epidemiology and Population Health

    Addressing One Health challenges - antimicrobial resistance and veterinary-farmer communication

  • Professor Awais Rashid
    Professor Awais Rashid Professor of Cyber Security

    Tackling largescale cyber security and privacy attacks against systems serving society

  • Dr David Matthews
    Dr David Matthews Reader in Virology

    Applying high throughput approaches to study infectious disease

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