Cordelia Coltart is an Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine physician from London, England. Educated at Harvard University, The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Imperial College London and University College London, she holds a Master in Public Health and Global Health, a medical degree, a Bachelors in Human Genetics, and a Diploma in Tropical Medicine. In addition, she has a certificate in Humanitarian Studies from Harvard, MIT and Tufts and is a Member of the Royal College of Physicians. Dr Coltart has undertaken short work assignments in Brazil, Belize, British Virgin Islands Fiji, and Nigeria. More recently she has done clinical work in South Africa, undertaken medical relief work in post-earthquake Haiti and won a Council of Women World Leaders Graduate Public Health Policy Fellowship during which she was seconded to the WHO Department of Reproductive Health and Research in Geneva. She is currently working in health policy as part of the Chief Medical Officer for England's Clinical Advisors Scheme.
1 December 2011