Category Archives: Networking

Professor Spotlight: Judith Mueller

Judith Mueller What module do you teach? Integrative modules Prevention (201) and Global Health (207); specific M2 classes in Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Global Environmental Changes and Health; Some interventions in the M1 (Epidemiology).     2.  How did you get involved in your current work?     After almost 10 years in an NGO, during which I had done

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Professor Spotlight: Florence Bodeau-Livinec

Florence Bodeau-Livinec 1.What module do you teach? Coordinator for: In M1: Global Health In M2: Perinatal and Pediatric Epidemiology Participation in: in M1 Epidemiology, Environmental health, in M2 Global health Sometimes in the past: in M1 Biostatistics, Maternal and Child Health, in M2: core modules in Biostatistics 2. How did you get involved in your current work? I have been

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Professor Spotlight: Cheri Pies

Cheri Pies 1.What module do you teach? I teach the MCH Module each spring. 2.How did you get involved in your current work? I have been doing work in the field of women’s health and reproductive health/justice for over 35 years.  I started this work when I graduated from U.C. Berkeley where I earned my Undergraduate degree.  I worked for

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Alumni Networking: Joy Seanehia

Joy Seanehia Where and what is your current work/professional situation? I work as a Statistics Project Manager at the central service of the Maternal and Infant Protection Council (Département) of Seine Saint-Denis in the north eastern region of Ile de France. How did you get involved in your current work? I got involved in this current job after applying online when

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Faculty Spotlight: Denis Bard

What position do you hold within the faculty? I’m a EHESP professor of Epidemiology. How did you get involved in your current work? Quite a long story! I started my professional career as a general practitioner. My tremendous experiences as a Médecin sans Frontières opened my mind to public health. So I underwent additional training in public health, including epidemiology

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Networking: Interview with ParisWHO Director General

By Dorothy NAKIWALA The most anticipated function of the year for EHESP is now a week away! The Paris World Health Organization Simulation (ParisWHO) under the Theme: Health and Innovation; Challenging Health Inequalities and Creating Sustainable Development, will finally take place on the 25th to 27th September. For the past 7 months or so, the PARISWHO team has been up and down,

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ALUMNI NETWORKING: 1st Editor Interview Mahlet Atakilt Woldetsadik

1. Where and what is your current work/professional situation? I graduated from the MPH program at EHESP in 2012. After graduation, I worked briefly in Paris with the former dean Antoine Flahault, and moved to Ethiopia for a fellowship with the Maternal Health Task Force at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. I am currently a doctoral fellow

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ALUMNI NETWORKING: 2013 Editor Interview Sandra Hassan

1. Where and what is your current work/professional situation? I am currently working as an IT and Multimedia Analyst at the World Bank in Marseille, France. Part of my job is to offer support to program teams who are in the field implementing development projects. Another part is as webmaster for the Center for Mediterranean Integration, which requires an understanding

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