Sam is the founding Editor in Chief of JOHPEC. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Sam is currently studying medicine at Tel Aviv University and is a consultant for the Ministry of Health in Israel on the COVID-19 Task Force. Sam has extensive experience in trauma medicine and emergency health delivery as both a Pararescueman Commander in the military and co-founder of the first public EMS system in Jamaica. Prior to his studies at LSE, Sam worked at the Mailman School of Public Health in New York City, conducting clinical and fieldwork research in epidemiology and cognitive neuroscience.
Sam holds a Bachelors’s degree in Medical Science and Comparative Literature from Columbia University, and an MSc in Global Health Policy and Economics at the London School of Economics, Sam focused his dissertational research on health systems and performance measures of low socioeconomic populations in high-income countries working as a project manager at the International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurement (ICHOM) by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). He is passionate about the social and economic determinants of health and shaping a future in clinical medicine informed by patient-driven equitable outcome measures.
Camille is the Co-founder and Deputy Editor-In-Chief of the JOHPEC. Alongside the Editor-In-Chief, she manages the journal’s development strategy, publications, and initiatives. She is a Health Economics and Policy PhD Candidate at the London School of Economics, working within the NIHR School for Social Care Research and the Care Policy and Evaluation Centre (CPEC).
Rosa is experienced in healthcare management and large-scale transformation, quality improvement and financial savings programmes within the English NHS. She is currently undertaking an MSc International Health Policy at the LSE and is a member of the JOHPEC Editorial Board.
Dr Rujuta Sanap is a healthcare professional having background in international health policy and health economics. Additionally, she specializes in pharmaceutical market research, health management, and life science domain. She recently completed her second masters in International Health Policy and Health Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Before joining the LSE alumna, Dr Rujuta worked worked as a senior consultant at IQVIA and managed presales and business development for Nexus Social practice. She has an expertise in social media analytics, AI-enabled social media technology platforms and data analytics. She previously completed her masters in business administration (MBA) with specialization in public health management from the Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) and bachelor's in dental surgery from VSPM's Dental College and Research Centre, India.
Dr Rujuta's research has been focused on social health insurance, universal health care, impact of social media on mental health, patient centric insights from social media analysis, and health impact of trade policies.
Current LSE candidate pursuing the MSc in Global Health Policy. Editor at Polygeia and experienced Medical Doctor seeking to leverage a strong clinical background and exceptional technical skills to influence global health policy.
Amir Mohsenpour is a medical doctor with a practical background in epidemiology and health services research and an interest in advanced statistical methodology for observational studies. His research focus has been on contextual effects of urban housing environment and deprivation on the health of marginalised and disadvantaged population groups, including refugees and people experiencing homelessness. He is a research associate at Bielefeld University's Department of Population Medicine and Health Services Research (Germany) and elected board member of the German Network of Young Professionals in Public Health (noeg.org). Currently Amir is on an educational sabbatical to study the MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing - a joint degree between LSE and LSHTM.