Cleo Goodall

Policy and Research

My name is Cleo Goodall and I am a Pharmacology graduate from the University of Leeds. During my degree, I had the privilege to join the Inhaled Oxytocin Project Team at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia for a year on placement. This is where I learned that having a solution to a global health issue, in this case, a heat-stable oxytocin inhaler to prevent post-partum haemorrhage, only means you have only crossed the first hurdle. Scientists must work alongside policymakers, government bodies, and organisations like AHO to lead evidence-based change.

I am delighted to join the African Health Organisation as a Policy and Research Volunteer. I am grateful for the opportunity to improve my current skills and knowledge as well as gain critical insight into health policy.