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Robin Basu Roy


Clinical Lecturer in Paediatrics

Dr. Robin Basu Roy is a Clinical Lecturer in Paediatrics at the University of Oxford and honorary specialty registrar in paediatric infectious diseases at the Children’s Hospital, Oxford.

His PhD research was into paediatric immunity to M. tuberculosis infection using epidemiological, functional, cellular and molecular techniques to explore protection against tuberculosis. This was supervised by Professors Beate Kampmann and Elaine Holmes at Imperial College and MRC Unit The Gambia.

He previously spent six months with Prof. Eric Rubin at the Harvard School of Public Health in 2010-11. He trained at Cambridge and Oxford Universities and has a Masters of Education Degree from Harvard Graduate School of Education. 

Robin's publications are listed on PubMed / ResearchGate / Google Scholar.

Robin also has an interest in using the power of film to engage with the public and stimulate interdisciplinary discussion about child well-being. Together with the Centre for Childhood Cultures at the V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green and the Foundling Museum in Bloomsbury, he is hosting screenings of masterpieces of childhood cinema followed by panel discussions of the films and themes.

Details on the most recent screenings here:

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