Ahmed Hassim Sameea
PhD in Political Science, Université Libre de Bruxelles
PhD in Political Theory, LUISS Guido Carli
My research interests contribute towards an understanding of global health, its constitutive parts, it’s governance, it’s influence and its meaning in today’s interconnected world.
My previous research focused on the role and function of expert groups contributing towards global health science and technology governance through Intergovernmental Organizations. As a part of the GlobHealth project, I aim to draw out the dynamics contributing towards global health and put into critical focus the social networks and knowledge-production processes that shape healthcare settings in their local contexts and that produce particular understandings of health and disease. My own research focuses on the Cuban Genetics Program as one such local setting and service delivery focus and, in addition, extends the examination of the local/global interactions by focusing on the WHO and PAHO.
- 2013-2017 - PhD Political Science - Université Libre de Bruxelles
- 2012-2017 - PhD Political Theory - Luiss Guido Carli
- 2012 – Intern – Pan American Health Organization, Washington D.C.
- Jan-May 2016 - Visiting Researcher - Université de Montréal
- Feb-Sep 2015 - Visiting Researcher - University of California Berkeley
- 2009-2011 - Masters in Health, Populations, Politics and Social Interventions - EHESS
- 2009-2011 - Masters in Health and Community Welfare - Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
- 2010 – Intern – Generalitat de Salut, Catalunya, Spain
- 2009 - Certificates in Health Policy & Management, Politics of Health Policy - Johns Hopkins/Pompeu Fabra Fall Institute
- 2008 – Certificate in International Community Health, Equity, Accessibility and Human Rights – University of Oslo
- 2005-2008 – Research Assistant – Better Health for Mother and Child – University of Zimbabwe and University of Oslo
- 2000-2002 – Bachelor of Arts in Social Anthropology and Geographical Sciences
2016 ‘Towards a Just Society: STS in the International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP)’ EASST Review Vol 35. No. 4.
Recent Conference Papers
GlobHealth ERC Project Workshop, Genetic Medicine, Genomics and Global Health, Paris December 2017
Paper presented: Revolutionary statecraft in a globalizing world: Policy dimensions in Cuba’s national medical genetics program
EHESS Autumn School, Mondialisation de la Santé, Marseille October 2017
Paper presented: Prevention through detection: Reflections on Cuba’s Community Genetics Program
Harvard Institute for Global Law & Policy Regional Workshop, Bangkok January 2017
Paper presented: Boundary Work in Science – Policy Governance: a theoretical perspective
4S/EASST Conference Science and Technology by Other Means, Barcelona August 2016
Paper presented: Openness in Global Advisory Groups