BioPeter Gan is a multidisciplinary public health physician and an amateur humanitarian. He works at the nexus between providing primary care and developing and advocating evidence-based health policy and research. Additionally, he aspires to use public health to disrupt the system in a responsible way to achieve Sustainable Development Goals through health for all. Peter serves as a board member of MERCY Malaysia, the National Health Policy Committee and Right to Health Committee of the Malaysian Medical Association, the Medical Research and Ethics Committee of the Ministry of Health Malaysia and Global Atlantic Senior Fellow Advisory Forum. Peter received his medical degree from Manipal University and holds a Master and a Doctor of Public Health from the University of Malaya. He obtained his Master of Arts in Medical Ethics and Law from King's College London and Master of Science in Acute Medicine from University of South Wales.
Professional Interests & Expertise
Climate Change,Community Health,Community Partnerships,Disaster and Crisis Management,Disease Control and Prevention,Education,Emerging Medicine,Environmental Pollution,Gender Equity,Government,Health Centers,Health Finance,Health Systems,Health Workforce,Healthcare Innovation and Transformation,Human Rights,Immigrant and Refugee Health,Indigenous Health,Law,Leadership,Maternal and Child Health,Medical Education,Medical-Legal Partnerships,Mental and Behavioral Health,Non-Profit,Nutrition,Outreach and Education,Policy/Advocacy,Primary Care,Public Health,Public Policy,Quality Improvement,Research,Research, Measurement, and Evaluation,Rural Health,Stakeholder Engagement,Universal Health,Youth Development