2018-2019 Takemi Fellows

35th cohort from left to right: Michael Reich (Program Director), Emily Coles (Senior Program Coordiantor), Eziamaka Ezenkwele, Shuko Takahashi, Hwa-young Lee, Akanni Akinyemi, Rasha Bayoumi, Jesse Bump (Executive Director), Cathy Mbabazi, Ify Aniebo, Masatoshi Ishikawa, Tatevik Balayan, Antonio Silva Lima Neto, Shiro Sugiura, Nemanja Radojevic. .

  1. Socio-ecological Factors in Reproductive and Child Health Outcomes among Childbearing Adolescents in Urban Slums in Nigeria. Akanni Akinyemi. Associate Professor, Department of Demography, Obafemi Awoloeo University, Ife Ife, Nigeria.
  2. Molecular surveillance of Plasmodium faciparum drug resistance and an assessment of national malaria surveillance system in Nigeria. Ify Aniebo. Senior Research Scientist, Health Strategy and Delivery Foundation, UK
  3. Health related quality of life (HRQoL) and the associated factors with it among the people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Armenia. Tatevik Balayan. Epidemiologist, National Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Armenia.
  4. Advocating for the need to include fertility awareness as a strategy within the reproductive health policy in Sudan. Rasha Bayoumi. Researcher and Reader, Cardiff University, UK.
  5. Why do women give birth outside of health facilities in Enugu State. Eziamaka Ezenkwele. Senior Lecturer, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus, Nigeria.
  6. Performance of Accountable Care Organizations. Masatoshi Ishikawa. Former Deputy Director for General Affairs Division, Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, Japan.
  7. Trend, Inequalities and Determinants in Caesarean Section in India: Evidence from India National Family Health Survey AND Geographic variation in maternal and child health outcomes in India. Hwa-young Lee. Research Associate Professor, JW Lee Center for Global Medicine, Seoul National University, College Medicine, South Korea.
  8. Clinical description, epidemiological characteristics, spatial distribution and potential determinants of chikungunya virus-associated deaths in Fortaleza (2016-2017). Antonio Silva Lima Neto. Coordinator, Epidemiological Surveillance Fortaleza Health Secretariat, Brazil.
  9. Determinants of Teenage Pregnancy in Uganda. Catherine Mbabazi. National Population Council, Uganda.
  10. Predictors of domestic violence: Establishing domestic violence risk identification tool. Nemanja Radojevic. Forensic Pathologist, Center for Pathology and Forensic Medicine, Clinical Center of Montenegro.
  11. Development of a prediction model for infants at high risk of food allergy (FA). Shiro Sugiura. Chief Physician of Department of Allergy Aichi Children’s Health and Medical Center.
  12. Association between chronic psychological stress and telomere length in children after the Great East Japan Earthquake. Shuko Takahashi. Japan.