Michelle Joseph

Trustee

Name & qualifications:
Michelle Joseph MBBS, BSc(Hons), MSc, PhD, FRCS

Employment: An academic trauma and orthopaedic surgeon, Instructor at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine on the Program in Global Surgery and Social Change.

Other positions:

  1. Chief Strategy and Health Equity Officer, Program in Global Surgery and Social Change, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  2. Director, Equity Research Hub
  3. Honorary Clinical Lecturer at the University of Warwick
  4. Hope Health Action (UK/USA NGO) Trustee
  5. Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Instructor
  6. Primary Trauma Care (PTC) Instructor
  7. Royal College of Surgeons of England Fellow
  8. British Orthopaedic Association Member
  9. American College of Surgeons Fellow
  10. The Academy of the Asian Collaboration for Trauma Fellow
  11. Principal Investigator on the PROTHA Study (PROject Trauma HAiti), IMPACT Study (Integrated Military Partnerships and Civilian Trauma Systems), CER Study (Conference Equity Research) and Racial Health Equity Framework Study.

Awards:

  • 2021: Harvard T.H. Chan MPH Scholarship, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
  • 2007: Lightowler Orthopedic First Prize, Lightowler Annual Orthopedic Meeting, Basildon University Hospital
  • 2007: Lightowler Orthopedic Second Prize, Lightowler Annual Orthopedic Meeting, Basildon University Hospital
  • 2005: Royal College of Surgeons of England Opportunities in Surgery Poster Prize, Opportunities in Surgery Annual National Meeting
  • 2004: Merit Award in Women’s Health and Communicable Diseases, University College London Medical School
  • 2004: The Lord Mayor’s Anniversary Award: Elective Orthopedic Patient Hospital Stay, Lord Mayor and City of London
  • 2004: Amulree Award, Amulree Trustees, British Geriatrics Society
  • 2003: Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Scholarship, University College London Medical School
  • 2001: Intercalated Medical Students Award for Academic Performance and Quality of Research, The PPP Foundation

Grants:

  • 2020: Kletjian Foundation
  • 2019: Global Surgery Foundation, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Foundation/research
  • 2019: Institute of Advanced Study – Global Challenges Research Fund (IAS-GCRF)
  • 2011: Joint Action, British Orthopaedic Association
  • 2009: Action Medical Research