Meet some of the PhD Candidates at CIH. Learn more about their activity and research.
Learn more about being a PhD at CIH here.
Luckson Wandani Dullie is a PhD student from Malawi who is studying the comprehensive reform of Malawi’s primary health care system.
CIH PhD Candidate, David Rutagwera, aims to reduce infections caused by HIV shed in breastmilk to as close to 0% as possible, so that every child can begin life without the HIV+ burden.
Jovita Kakia Amurwon is a PhD student at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, and a guest PhD student at CIH, University of Bergen.
PhD candidate Josephine Tumuhamye uses her laboratory skills to study how mothers might be implicated in neonatal infections.
As a social anthropologist studying health policies, Marte is convinced that the social sciences have a role to solve major health challenges
Creating awareness on the determinants of suboptimal breastfeeding practices in South Sudan is the goal behind Justin’s research
Taye’s study revealed malaria infection being a risk factor for undernutrition, although undernutrition was not found to be a risk for malaria infection
Since joining UiB’s Centre for International Health PhD program in autumn 2015, Alice has been working on a study and design of health mobile electronic data capture mechanism that could be applied in rural settings
Andrea Melberg is trying to create understanding on how global policies promoted to prevent maternal deaths are implemented in low-resource settings
Ranadip Chowdhury's study deals with Vitamin D deficiency which is considered to be the most common nutritional deficiency and often one of the most commonly undiagnosed medical conditions in the world
Increasing access to child and adolescent health services in Uganda is at the heart of Angela's study
Akeza's study has its focus on wood dust exposure and its respiratory health consequences on workers in wood manufacturing industries in Ethiopia
Five «students» been selected to take part in the capacity-building project funded by the Gates Foundation.
A PhD candidate's quest for finding out what noise levels in factories mean to workers in Tanzania
Binyaruka's PhD project focuses on Impact evaluation of the payment for performance (P4P) programme in Tanzania
Armed with 10 years of experience in laboratory-based research, Rhoda is now a PhD candidate at CIH