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Alexandria Williams

Alexandria has a Bachelor's degree in Biology from the College of Charleston in South Carolina and a Master's of Science in Public Health Microbiology and Emerging Infectious Disease from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C.  She has been an intern at the World Health Organization as well as in Lima, Peru at the International Center for Advanced Research and Applied Science (INCAAS).

Dr. Maria Moitinho de Almeida

Maria obtained a Medical Degree at the University of Lisbon, Portugal, and holds a joint Master’s Degree in Public Health in Disasters from the University of Oviedo in Spain and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. Maria has worked as a general doctor in a hospital in Lisbon and as a public health medical resident in a local department. She has medical and public health experience in Portugal, Germany, Mozambique, India, and Brazil.

Can basic health services serve as a stabilising factor in insecure and fragile settings?

Impact of refugees on local health systems: A difference-in-differences analysis in Cameroon

Clinical characteristics of leptospirosis in a 7-months retrospective hospital-based study in Jakarta, Indonesia

Cote d’Ivoire: A brief note on mortality and nutrition

Anaemia in complex emergencies (Briefing Note)

Factors associated with stunting among pre-school children in southern highlands of Tanzania

Child wasting in emergency pockets: A meta-analysis of small-scale surveys from Ethiopia

Monitoring Mortality in Forced Migrants—Can Bayesian Methods Help Us to Do Better with the (Little) Data We Have?

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