Professor Frank Kee is Director of the UKCRC Centre of Excellence for Public Health Research Northern Ireland and Deputy Director for the Centre for Public Health in Queens University. The research scope of the Centre of Excellence embraces determinants of public health from molecules to populations, as well as public health interventions.
He has served on several peer review grant committees, including the MRC Population and Systems Medicine Board, the MRC Public Health Intervention Development (PHIND) funding panel and the NPRI Scientific Advisory Committee. He currently sits on the Advisory Board of the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy. He previously served on the Public Health Topic Selection panel for NICE, and as Chair of the NIHR Public Health Speciality Group.