Assessment of the Capacity and Capability of Burn Centers to Respond to Burn Disasters in Belgium: A Mixed-Method study.

Clinical and demographic profile of admitted victims in a tertiary hospital after the 2015 earthquake in Nepal

Natural Disasters 2018

Why Mozambique’s cyclones tell us disaster preparedness needs health at its core

CRED Crunch 54 - Disasters 2018: Year in Review

2018 Review of Disaster Events

CRED Crunch 53 - Flash Floods - Sharing of field experience - Kerala

Science and politics of disaster death tolls - Science must prevail

Valentin Wathelet

Valentin holds a Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Sciences, and a Master's degree in Biomedical Sciences (Clinical Biomedical Sciences Specialization), both from the Université Catholique de Louvain. Valentin has also been trained in Bioinformatics and Programming at the University of Liège.

Since joining the CRED in November 2018, he has worked on the data and implementation of EM-DAT, and developing specific tools and procedures to improve the database's usability. He is also currently working on epidemiological spread simulations, using mainly R.

Matthias R. Horions

Matthias obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Biology at the Hasselt University and an MSc. in Human Ecology at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). In September 2019, he will hold an additional diploma in Management with minors in Entrepreneurship and North-South cooperation from ICHEC (Brussels).

Matthias is the research management assistant at CRED since May 2018. He assists Director Prof. Debarati Guha-Sapir, and handles logistics at the institute. Additionally, you can contact him for data requests and general problems concerning the EM-DAT database.


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