Colin McInnes is Director of the Centre for Health and International Relations and was formerly Head of the Department. He was a lecturer in the Department of War Studies, The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst; Visiting Research Fellow at King’s College London; and Special Adviser to the House of Commons Defence Committee. He was Chair of the British International Studies Association; a member of the ESRC’s Strategic Research Board and International Advisory Committee; member of WHO’s expert group on Global Health Diplomacy; and Director of the UK Research Councils’ Security Research Forum. He sits on a range of advisory panels covering various aspects of International Relations, and is member of a variety of editorial boards. He is a member of the Academy of Social Sciences and Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts.
Professor Colin McInnes
Director of the Centre for Health and International Relations, Aberystwyth University
Content by Professor Colin McInnes
Battling Ebola: Caution needed in sending the military to fight a disease
Professor McInnes of Aberystwyth University and Dr Rushton of Sheffield University argue that foreign militaries must exercise caution in sending troops to help the fight against the Ebola crisis.