Caroline Marshall


PhD Student


Caroline, MPH, is a DrPH candidate at LSHTM, where she focuses on immunization programme approaches for increasing uptake of routine childhood vaccinations in middle- and high-income countries, as well as approaches to increase immunization uptake during epidemic and pandemic situations. She has 10 years of public health policy experience at the municipal, provincial, federal, and international level through government roles in Canada, Australia, and in international contexts. Caroline holds a BSc (Hons) from Wilfrid Laurier University, a Master of Public Health from the University of Queensland, and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Health Economics from the University of Aberdeen.