Meet our PhDs
CIH has many PhD Candidates! Find them organised by country below, and read about their work.
Centre for International Health's (CIH) main research activities are anchored in Research Clusters and Research Groups in collaboration with other departments. Its teaching and training activities include master programmes, PhD supervision, a research programme for medical students and a prize-winning Global Health Course.
Meet some of our PhD Candidates
(listed by first name in alphabetical order, country of origin)
Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
- Lelisa Fekadu Assebe: Analysing communicable disease interventions
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- Getachew Teshome Eregata: Capacity-strengthening for better national health
- Akeza Awealom: Researching dust exposure among wood factory workers
- Alemselam Zebdewos Orsango: Researching amaranth potential to prevent anemia.
- Taye Gari Ayana: Investigating links between malaria, anaemia and malnutrition in children under 5 (graduated 2018)
- Agnes Langat: The Last Mile Can Be the Hardest
- Anthony Waruru: Using spatial-temporal data analyses to explain impact of HIV treatment in Kenya (graduated 2019)
- Andrea Melberg: Exploring the interphases between global policies and local practices
- Christine Ødegaard: Medication free treatment in psychosis
- Marte E. S. Haaland: Exploring the sociopolitical dimensions of health with emphasis on abortion in Zambia
- Vilde Skylstad: The health system from the user perspective in child mental health
- Ingrid Nordeide Kuiper: Air Pollution – a Major Public Health Threat
- Marianne Lønnebotn: Preparing for Parenthood Already in Childhood
- Alice Mugisha: Improving the usability of mobile electronic data capture forms in the health sector
- Angela Akol: Investigating Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Uganda (graduated 2018)
- Jovita Kakia Amurwon: Gathering insights through qualitative approaches (graduated 2019)
- Josephine Tumuhamye: Reducing the Neonatal Mortality Rate
- Rhoda Namakula: My study at CIH contributes to an HIV free generation in Uganda