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Dr Melissa Neuman
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • Institute for Global Health
  • Faculty of Population Health Sciences
Biography

Educational qualifications

Harvard School of Public Health, Sept. 2008-Nov. 2012. ScD, Social and Behavioural Sciences (Major field: social epidemiology; minor fields: quantitative research methods, health and policy) 

Columbia University, Sept. 2002 – May 2004. MS, Urban planning. Major fields: international planning, planning and public health

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Research Summary

Melissa Neuman has a doctoral degree in social epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health, and over 10 years of experience managing and analysing quantitative data. Her research interests include: the health effects of economic development in lower- and middle income countries; the social determinants of over- and under-nutrition among children and adults; and investigating contextual effects on health using geographic data and multilevel statistical models.

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