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Helena Legido-Quigley was born on 1977 in Barcelona, Spain, is a Spanish public health researcher. At 43 years old, Helena Legido-Quigley height not available right now. We will update Helena Legido-Quigley's height soon as possible.

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In 2019 Legido-Quigley analysed the gender and ethnic diversity of public health universities. As part of her analysis, she found that whilst across all levels of academic positions the proportion of men and women were equal, men were overrepresented in senior positions and women overrepresented in junior positions. She found that ethnic minorities were considerably less likely to progress through an academic career than their white counterparts.


In 2002 Legido-Quigley joined the University of Manchester Institute for Development Policy and Management. She returned to the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine in 2004, where she worked as a research fellow in the Department of Health Services. In 2012 she was appointed a Lecturer in Global Health. Legido-Quigley joined the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health in Singapore as an Associate Professor.


Legido-Quigley is one of five daughters. She grew up in Barcelona. Legido-Quigley started her undergraduate studies in the Department of Sociology at the University of Barcelona. She moved to the United Kingdom and continued her bachelor's degree at the University of Reading. After graduating, Legido-Quigley started a master's course in social policy at the University of Edinburgh. In the early 2000s Legido-Quigley volunteered in South Africa, where she worked to support maternal health. She has said that this experience inspired her to work in global health. On her return to the United Kingdom, Legido-Quigley started a doctoral degree at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine under the supervision of Martin McKee. As part of her research, she analysed the impact of austerity on the health of people in Spain. At the LSHTM she worked with Peter Piot, then Director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, to understand the policy impacts of public health research.


Helena Legido-Quigley (born 1977) is a Spanish public health researcher who is an Associate Professor in Health Systems at Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at the National University of Singapore. She serves as an Associate Fellow of Chatham House and is a member of the Council of the World Economic Forum. She is Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier's Journal of Migration and Health.