Dr Pete Seaman
Acting Associate Director


Phone: 0141 330 2744


Pete is a Public Health researcher and the Acting Associate Director. As well fulfilling the role of Associate Director, he leads on a programme of work focused on innovative approaches to improving health outcomes. This primarily supports the shift in policy and practice towards new ways of working grounded in prevention, a focus on promoting healthy life expectancy and community-based responses to population health improvement.

Previously Pete led programmes of work encompassing community engagement, resilience, social capital and the role of alcohol across the life-course.

Pete has worked at the GCPH since 2005 and was initially the Centre’s qualitative research specialist. 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.