IBRAHIM AHMED BANI MD DTM&H PhD FRSPH
Dr. Bani is a public health physician by training with over 20 years of experience in International Public Health. His teaching experience is extensive, including faculty appointments as an Assistant and Associate Professor (Community Health) at King Saud University Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), and as a lecturer at Jazeera Medical School Sudan, which is internationally recognized for its innovative community-based training. During his tenure at those academic institutions, he participated in many national training programs sponsored by WHO, USAID, and national governments of Saudi Arabia and Sudan and Iraq. In addition, he also worked as part-time faculty at the International Health Department at George Washington University, adjunct Associate Professor Family Medicine Department, University of Chicago at Illinois (UIC), and visiting Professor /Community Health at the American University Beirut.
Currently Dr. Bani is Bani is Associate Professor College of Medicine, Ajman University, UAE and an Associate Professor (adjunct) at Global Health Department, Rollins School of Public Health Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA, Adjunct Associate Professor Chronic Disease Epidemiology Department, Yale School of Public Health, USA.
Dr. Bani International experience is also extensive, including association with the Micronutrient Initiative (MI), World Bank, WHO, UNICEF, USAID, WFP and UN Humanitarian Mission in Iraq.
Education & Training
- Non Degree ProgramJohns Hopkins School of Public Health, Public health/Health Policy and management (1989)
- PhDUniversity of Surrey, School of Biomedical Sciences/Nutrition (1984)
- DTM&HRoyal College of Physician's, London, Public health/Tropical Medicine (1984)
- MBBSKhartoum University, Sudan, Medicine