Ms Rebecca Glover
Health Services Research
15-17 Tavistock Place
Rebecca Glover is the head of Economic, Social, and Political Sciences in the Antimicrobial Resistance Centre at LSHTM. Since 2016, she has worked as a research fellow in the Policy Innovation Research Unit (PIRU) on an implementation evaluation of the UK government's five-year AMR Strategy. She is also undertaking a part-time staff PhD in the department of Public Health, Environments, and Society (PHES) examining the role of rapid diagnostic tests for bacterial identification and antibiotic susceptibility testing in secondary care in the UK.
She completed her MSc in the Control of Infectious Diseases at LSHTM in 2014, and then joined LSHTM's Ebola team, where she split her time evenly between the Public Trust team and the Centre for the Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases (cmmid.lshtm.ac.uk).
Rebecca currently teaches on Applied Communicable Disease Control, and previously taught on Epidemiology and the Control of Communicable Diseases.
• Kucharski AJ, Camacho A, Flasche S, Glover RE, Edmunds WJE, Funk S. Measuring the impact
of Ebola Control measures in Sierra Leone. PNAS, online before print, 13 October 2015. DOI:
• Camacho A, Kucharski A, Aki-Sawyerr Y, White MA, Flasche S, Baguelin M, Pollington T, Carney JR, Glover R, Smout E, Tiffany A, Edmunds WJ, Funk S. Temporal Changes in Ebola
Transmission in Sierra Leone and Implications for Control Requirements: a Real-time Modelling
Study. PLOS Currents Outbreaks. 2015 Feb 10. Edition 1. doi: