PhDs can be a grueling undertaking, requiring years of hard work and dedication. In the blog, Dr Sima Barmania, author of a recent article in BMC International… Read more »
Dr Sima Barmania qualified in Medicine, which included an intercalated degree in Community Health Science at QMUL and has a Master’s in Public Health from The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She completed her PhD in November at the United Nations University, International Institute for Global Health which is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ( http://iigh.unu.edu/). She is currently an Honorary Research Associate at UCL- Institute of Education as well as a freelance writer on global health, based between London and Kuala Lumpur.
Latest posts by Sima Barmania (see all)
- “The research does not change anything; it’s the research that changes you”. - 5th June 2017
- The influence of religion on public health policy - 25th August 2016