Serena Luchenski is a Clinical Research Fellow and Honorary Consultant Public Health at UCL. Her research interests applied public health research, working with people with experiences of extreme inequality such as homelessness, imprisonment, drug addiction and sex work. 

An epidemiologist & Consultant in Public Health working with Prof Andrew Hayward, at the Farr Institute, UCL, Serena has been funded for three years by the NIHR Fellowship to do PhD on opportunistic public health interventions for homeless people in hospital. Her grant includes funded time allocated to support Pathway. 

Serena also supports the MSc module at UCL, working with Sam Dorney-Smith on data standards questions. Shs also has a liaison role between Pathway and UCL’s Collaborative Centre on Inclusion Health.