Dr Pete Seaman
Deputy Director


Phone: 0141 330 2744


Pete is currently the Deputy Director of GCPH, providing leadership and strategic direction towards the Centre’s core aim of generating insights and evidence, supporting new approaches and influencing action to improve the city’s health and tackle inequality.

Pete also oversees the operational running of the Centre whilst maintaining research priorities within the Centre’s programme of activity on innovative approaches to improving health outcomes. Interests include processes that support community resilience and developing responses to racialised under-representation in the Public Health workforce and data. His works supports the shift in policy and practice towards prevention and the development and use of community and individual assets. 

Since 2005, Pete has worked in variety of roles within the Centre including programmes of work encompassing community engagement, resilience, social capital and the role of alcohol across the life-course. Previously, he worked in research roles at the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, gaining a PhD at the MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit.