Career Development Fellow
Left the Unit in 2015
Work and interests
Guy was a Career Development Fellow and member of the Prevention of Diabetes and Related Metabolic Disorders programme, who left in December 2015. He was a qualitative researcher and led the qualitative aspects of the Information and Risk Modification Trial (INFORM) – which is part of the EU funded large, pan-European initiative EPIC-CVD and aims to assess whether provision of genetic and phenotypic risk of cardiovascular disease motivates changes in health-related behaviours.
Background and experience
Guy has a PhD and an MPhil in Criminology, both from the Institute of Criminology in Cambridge. Before moving to the social sciences, Guy studied Law and he has a BA in Law from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and LLM from Duke University School of Law.
Since completing his PhD, Guy has been working as a qualitative researcher in several evaluation and other projects at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, at King’s College London and at the Tilda Goldberg Centre in Bedfordshire University. Guy has also a rich teaching experience and has recently co-lead the qualitative research methods course at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, at King’s College London.
Guy’s interest include all aspects of health sociology and medical anthropology, qualitative research methods, mental health, social work and mental health, and criminology and mental health.