Professor Selena Gray

About me

I am a medically qualified public health trained specialist who has been at UWE since 2002, after working initially as a clinical adviser within the NHS R&D programme and as the founding Director of the South West Public Health Observatory.
I have a long committment to professional development in public health, and have held roles as Registrar of the UK Faculty of Public Health, Board Member of UK Public Health Association, and is currently Chair of the Education and Training Committee of the UK Public Health Register. I am also involved in curriculum development for Europe though work with the Association of Schools of Public Health in Europe.

Area of expertise

I have published over 50 articles in peer reviewed journals, four invited book chapter and a wide variety of book chapters and letters across a wide range of public health topics.

I led the NICE Collaborating Centre on Spatial Planning and Health, and has particular interests in walking and cycling, transport and health, injury, and the interaction with the built environement. 

As a active member of the MSc Public Health Programme team I have supervised many successful dissertation students.

I have also been involved in the development of assessment processes for selection into specialist public health training at national level, contributing to the development of situational judgement tests in this field.


My Publications