Professor Elizabeth Goyder (University of Sheffield), academic lead for the Yorkshire and Humber Public Health Practice & Research Collaborative (PaRC).
Liddy is Professor of Public Health in the School for Health & Related Research (ScHARR) at the University of Sheffield and an honorary consultant in Public Health in the Office of Health Improvement & Disparities, Department of Health & Social Care (OHID, DHSC). She is the Sheffield lead for the NIHR School of Public Health Research and Director of Research for the National Centre for Sport & Exercise Medicine in Sheffield with a focus on the role of physical activity at a population and communities level to promoting health and wellbeing and reduce inequalities. She leads the NIHR Public Health Research Review Team which delivers evidence synthesis to inform national policy and practice. Recent topics include interventions to address gambling related harms, impacts of working from home, student mental health and access to local authority services for ethnic minority communities.