Pakistan, South-East Asia
Consultant, Health Policy and Systems Consultant
Asmat Ullah Malik
United States of America, Africa
Consultant, Associate Professor - Director
United States of America
After my medical studies (2001) at Cocody University in Abidjan Côte d’Ivoire, I served as the Director of the Bingerville Humanitarian Hospital (Abidjan) for 10 years. I started my public health career after my MPH from Senghor International University in Alexandria, Egypt (2009). During my internship at MEDES, the French Institute for Space Medicine, I worked on their flagship project SAFE (Satellite for Epidemiology) aimed at using remote sensing data to forecast outbreaks of infectious diseases and reinforce health systems capability to address pandemic and natural disasters. I later worked as International Health advisor for People to People (US). I then furthered my education with a PhD in population health from the University of Ottawa (2020) and extensively did research and interventions for improving MNCH outcomes. I did some research on prostate cancer and it’s unique distribution in certain populational groups in relation to calcium intake. I am currently conducting international research to address systemic public/population health issues.
Consultant, International consultant
Medical doctor with MPH in disease control,and Diploma in tropical medicine and Public health,with 20 years clinical experience on communicable and NCDs.,I have a five year experience in strategic information and M&E. For seven years working as NCD and mental health officer in WHO. Currently working for WHO Afro as international consultant on NCDs for east and south African nations.
United Kingdom, Europe
Editor / Writer for the International Health Policies Network
Research assistant – global health policy and financing – GHG – global health agenda
Blogger on DeWereldMorgen