Dr Nai Ru Chng, Research Associate, University of Glasgow
Nai Rui Chng is a Political Scientist with an interest in the development and evaluation of complex interventions in health, social and environmental policy domains. He is a versatile qualitative researcher who works in high, middle and low-income countries. Nai is currently researching on the evaluability of policies and programmes through his work on Evaluability Assessment at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit where he is writing guidance. He is a Co-Investigator on: 1) An UKRI-MRC-funded project SPEEDIER, a disease control intervention supporting the Philippine government’s vision of Rabies freedom, and 2) An UKRI-NERC-funded project GALLANT, a partnership with Glasgow City Council to transform Glasgow into a living lab to trial new sustainable solutions throughout the city. Nai is also the founding Director of Good Evaluation, an Aspect supported Social Science commercialisation spin-out project at the University of Glasgow. Good Evaluation is a social venture employing Evaluation Science and thinking to develop and improve solutions which advances the health and well-being of people and society.