I am an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Postdoctoral Fellow, working on the project 'Identity, citizenship and sickle cell anaemia in the postcolonial National Health Service', developing my doctoral research. My research interests include histories of activism, genetic medicine, the British welfare state and oral history methodologies. I completed my PhD at University College London in 2019, and before entering academia I worked in health information and policy at Cancer Research UK.
Redhead, Grace, ‘A British problem affecting British people’: Sickle cell anaemia, medical activism and race in the National Health Service, 1975-1993 (2020, under review)
Grace Redhead and Jesse Olszynko-Gryn, 'Radical Object: The Black Report', History Workshop Online, https://www.historyworkshop.org.uk/radical-object-the-black-report/
Grace Redhead, ‘The doctors who time forgot: Neville Clare, 1946-2015’, British Medical Journal (14 December 2020)