I am a public health and nutritional epidemiology trainee with a special interest in data management, analysis and interpretation of epidemiological, nutrition and clinical studies. My research interest in nutrition includes diet-disease relationship, dietary data analysis methods and causal inference in nutritional and sleep epidemiology.
Between January 2009 and July 2015, I worked at Mekelle University (Ethiopia), School of Public Health, at different academic and research positions. Between October 2013 and July 2015, I also led Kilite-Awlaelo Health and Demographic Surveillance System (KA-HDSS) and other research projects with the responsibility of supervising the overall project activities, designing field studies, and data management and analysis. I have been published in several peer-reviewed academic journals in the areas of public health and nutrition.
I earned my PhD in November 2018 from The University of Adelaide. In December 2019, I joined Flinders to advance my research in nutritional and sleep epidemiology.
Ph.D, Medicine/Nutritional Epidemiology | MPH, Nutrition | MPH, General | BSc., Public Health
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