John Nott is an economic and medical historian who is at MIASA completing a monograph on the history of food and health in Ghana since the late nineteenth century. Until recently he was employed as a post-doctoral researcher on Maastricht University's ERC-funded project, 'Making clinical sense: a comparative study of how doctors learn in digital times.' Prior to this, John completed an ESRC-funded PhD in the School of History at the University of Leeds. His work has been published in Medical History, Medicine Anthropology Theory, Population Development Review and Social History of Medicine.
Personal website: https://unimaas.academia.edu/JohnNott