Sephy Valuks has a degree in Social Anthropology from the School of Oriental and African Studies, UK and more than eight years’ experience working on global health research communications. At ICARS she is responsible for internal and external communications, including developing materials to support and promote ICARS’ work, managing digital channels and coordinating events. Sephy works closely between the Science, Partnerships and Operations teams to align key messages and plan dissemination of project outputs. Previously, Sephy worked as Communications Coordinator at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and in Research Uptake and Communications for two UK Aid-funded research programme consortia investigating how to build resilient health systems and tackle the structural drivers of HIV.
- Long Reads
Partnering with low- and middle-income countries to co-develop sustainable antimicrobial resistance solutions
ICARS envisions a world where drug-resistant infections no longer pose a threat to the health of humans and animals, the environment, global food security and economic prosperity.