Dr Eimhin Ansbro
MBBCh MSc MICGP
Non-communicable Diseases in Humanitarian Settings
I trained in medicine at Trinity College Dublin and specialised in General Practice. I completed a Masters degree in Tropical Medicine and International Health and the DTM&H at LSHTM in 2012. Before joining LSHTM, I combined General Practice with work for Médecins sans Frontières, focusing on malnutrition and non-communicable diseases.
I am involved in the Conflict and Health both distance learning and face-to-face, Epidemiology of Noncommunicable Diseases and Control of STIs modules. I am a tutor on the Public Health Masters and supervise Masters students' summer projects. I have also taught on malnutrition for the East African DTMH&H.
My fellowship is funded by MSF to design and implement evaulations of their NCD programmes in various humanitarian settings.