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Become a Student Liaison Officer

Apply to become a Student Liaison Officer for the Centre for Global and Chronic Conditions. 

Closing Date for Applications: Monday 19 October 2020, 5pm BST


 

Student Liaison Officers 2019-20

Michal Waga

Michal Waga

MSc Public Health

I am from Nairobi, Kenya and am currently a Chevening Scholarship recipient at LSHTM studying for an MSc in Public Health. My undergraduate was in Health Informatics and Statistical sciences and I am interested in health communication and education. I previously worked with UNHCR as a Public Health Unit Intern and also served as the Health Information Systems Focal Point for East, Horn and Great Africa in the regional Bureau Office carrying out heath data analysis.

Hannah Jones

Hannah Jones

MSc Public Health

I have a degree in Social Policy BSc from the University of Bath where I first began to develop an interest in the social determinants of health, in particular, how the welfare system and social policies can impact on the burden of chronic conditions. I am currently studying for an MSc in Public Health at LSHTM. Previously, I worked at Management Consultancy where carrying out research and evaluations of public services including innovative services designed to support people with multiple chronic conditions.

Alexis Awungia-Tazinya

Alexis Awungia-Tazinya

MSc Public Health for Development

I am a Medical Doctor from Cameroon, where I worked at regional level on implementing HIV/AIDS and NCD related programmes in local communities. I am also a research fellow at CRENC, a research organization at the front of research in Cardiovascular disease in Africa. I am currently an MSc student in Public Health for Development at LSHTM.

Anne Suffel

Anne Suffel

MSc Public Health

I am a medical doctor from Germany, currently studying for an MSc in Public Health at LSHTM. As a medical student I worked for an NGO in El Salvador on a project for NCD prevention. I have also been involved in research on social behaviour and mental disorders, and neuronal mechanisms of chronic pain.

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Zara Asif Khan

MSc Public Health

I have a bachelors in Global Health and Social Medicine from King's College London. Following my undergraduate, I worked with WHO EMRO for 6 months in the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Department as a mental health intern. I am currently studying for an MSc Public Health (Health Services Management) at LSHTM. Over the past few years, I have been focusing on the health and well-being of migrants and refugee groups. Specifically, the prevalence of mental health disorders among these groups and available interventions and treatment programmes.