UEL professor Lord Patel made Fellow of Royal Society of Public Health

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 April 2012

A senior professor at the University of East London has been appointed a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health.

Lord Kamlesh Patel, the university’s Strategic Partnerships director and senior advisor to the Vice-Chancellor, plans to use the Professorial fellowship to continue world-class research in public health.

He has been recognised at international level for his research by the Royal Society, an independent organisation promoting and protecting collective human health and well-being.

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