2014-2015 Fellows and Program Participants

 

2014-2015 TAKEMI FELLOWS (31rst Group)

 

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Nadeem ALDUAIJ, MD, MPH, FAAEM – Kuwait
Financing health in the Arabian Gulf: Why the narrative matters
Emergency Physician/HMS Instructor in Emergency Medicine, BIDMC
nalduaij@post.harvard.edu

 

 

 

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Ahmed DAAK, PhD, MSc, MBBS – Sudan
Epidemiological study and development of a comprehensive primary health care and management program for sickle cell disease in Sudan
Assistant Professor of Medical Biochemistry, University of Khartoum
malikdaak@hotmail.com

 

 

PHOTO_SVETLANASvetlana DOUBOVA, DSc, MSc, MD – Mexico
1) Access to Healthcare and Financial Risk Protection for Older Adults in Mexico: Comparing Seguro Popular and Social Security and 2) Attributes of patient-centered primary care associated with the public perception of good healthcare quality in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and El Salvador
Head of the Epidemiology and Health Services Research Unit, Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS)
svetlana.doubova@gmail.com

 

PHOTO EL FATIHEl Fatih El SAMANI, ScD, ScM, M Comm H, MBBS – Sudan
Development of a diploma/master’s degree in epidemiology training program for Sudan and neighboring countries
Professor of Community Medicine, Ahfad University for Women
elfatih.elsamani@gmail.com

 

 

HUID PHOTO MARYAMMaryam FARVID, PhD – Iran
Dietary Sources of Protein and Total and Disease-Specific Mortality:  the Golestan Cohort Study
mfarvid@hsph.harvard.edu

 

 

 

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Ken HASHIMOTO, PhD, MBA, MSc – Japan
Determinants of Health Service Responsiveness in Community-based Vector Surveillance for Chagas disease in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras
hashimok@gmail.com

 

 

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Shogo KANAMORI, MSc, MPH – Japan
Effectiveness in introducing the Japanese 5S concept to healthcare facilities in developing countries
Visiting Researcher, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
kanamori@post.harvard.edu

 

 

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Sujin KIM, PhD, MPH, BPharm – South Korea
The effects of public pensions on elderly depression in South Korea
sujinkim@hsph.harvard.edu

 

 

 

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Man Ki (Maggie) KWOK, PhD, MPhil – Hong Kong
Where do socioeconomic inequalities in cardiovascular disease originate? Money, Income Inequality, Grade and Rank in a Non-western Rapidly Transitioned Setting (MIGRANTS)
Post-doctoral Fellow, School of Public Health, The University of Hong Kong (HKUSPH)
maggiek@hkucc.hku.hk

 

 

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Hye-Young (Haeyoung) KWON, PhD, MPH, BPharm – South Korea
Explaining the market expansion mechanism in Korea after the entry of generic drugs; the impact of new generic policy on market competition among off-patent drugs
Research Professor, Institute of Health and Environment, Seoul National University haeyoungkwon0111@gmail.com

 

 

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Marika NOMURA-BABA, PhD, MHE – Japan
An analysis of gender inequalities in Maternal Child Health/Nutrition in Lao PDR
nomuraba@hsph.harvard.edu

 

 

 

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Dario NOVAK, EdD, MA – Croatia
Social Capital and Youth Physical Activity: High School Population-Based Study in Croatia
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb
dario.novak@kif.hr

 

 

 

PHOTO_SANG MINSang Min PARK, PhD, MD, MPH – South Korea
1) Unofficial health market and its impact on health systems in North Korea
2) Assessing of Health Aid Trend in North Korea (2002-2013)
Associate Professor, Center for Medicine and Korean Reunification, Seoul National University
Chief, Center for Cancer Education and Information, Seoul National University
smpark.snuh@gmail.com

 

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Junko TANUMA, MD, PhD – Japan
The Multi-Center HIV Cohort Studies in Asia: Hanoi HIV Cohort and East Asia Clinical HIV Cohort
Chief Physician, Outpatient Clinic, AIDS Clinical Center, National Center for Global Health and Medicine
junkotanuma2014@gmail.com

 

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Shinichi TOMIOKA, MD, MSc, FYR – Japan
Impact of socio-economic-status (SES) on hospital based care in Japan – DPC data based study
sunitsu@mskj.or.jp

 

 

 

 

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Ronald TRAN BA HUY, MSc – France
Have results-based financing models delivered against health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and how should these models be adapted post-2015?
Regional Manager – Central Africa, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
ronald_tbh@hotmail.com