Sam Johnson is a medical doctor working within the Department of Clinical Sciences.
He grew up in Papua New Guinea before moving to North West England in 2000. He completed his initial medical training in Blackburn and Manchester before studying for the Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (DTM&H) in Liverpool in 2016. He has spent time working in Uganda and briefly in Sierra Leone. He was most recently working at the Royal Liverpool Hospital and is looking forward to exploring the world of work outside of clinical medicine for a while.
Sam is currently working with the Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group on upcoming systematic reviews and will also be involved in teaching on the DTM&H.