Heatwave-protective knowledge and behaviour among urban populations: a multi-country study in Tunisia, Georgia and Israel

Heatwave preparedness in urban Georgia: A street survey in three cities

Governing heatwaves in Europe: comparing health policy and practices to better understand roles, responsibilities and collaboration

Street temperature and building characteristics as determinants of indoor heat exposure

Challenges in public health and epidemiology research in humanitarian settings: experiences from the field

STENTOR: Use of Earth Observation Satellites to Improve Effectiveness of Humanitarian Operations

Why predict climate hazards if we need to understand impacts? Putting humans back into the drought equation

Delays in arrival and treatment in emergency departments: Women, children and non-trauma consultations the most at risk in humanitarian settings

Thomas Jideofor Ogbu

Thomas holds a Bachelor’s degree in Statistics from the University of Nigeria Nsukka, and a Master’s degree in Biostatistics from Hasselt University Belgium. He also has a Master’s in Public Health Methodology from Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB).  He has worked on several projects in both the financial and health sectors in Nigeria and Belgium. 

He started in CRED in October 2018 and is involved in different research projects.

Dr. Maria Moitinho de Almeida

Maria obtained a Medical Degree at the University of Lisbon, Portugal, and holds a joint Master’s Degree in Public Health in Disasters from the Karolinska Institute and the University of Oviedo. Maria has worked as a general doctor in a hospital in Lisbon and as a public health medical resident in a local department. She has medical and public health experience in Portugal, Germany, Mozambique, India, and Brazil. Maria joined CRED in March 2017, and leads a project on Hospital Resilience in Nepal.


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