Mark Dayan is Brexit Programme Lead at the Nuffield Trust, working on the implications of leaving the European Union and of trade agreements for the NHS, life sciences and social care. His publications include How will Brexit affect the UK's response to coronavirus? and Getting a Brexit deal that works for the NHS. Mark has also published work on healthcare in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and on legislation. He leads the Nuffield Trust's engagement with political stakeholders as Head of Public Affairs.
Mark has also assisted in research projects and external commissions. Within the Communications team, Mark works to connect our findings and expertise to our audiences through media, monitoring, and building relationships with other key stakeholders.
Before joining the Trust, Mark gained experience in policy roles for the New Local Government Network and the Scottish Civil Service. He is a graduate of the University of Oxford and has an MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy from the London School of Economics.
Mark is a non-active member of the Labour Party.