Neil J. Saad Duque

Dr. Neil J. Saad Duque is an epidemiologist and an expert in humanitarian health and the response to public health emergencies. He is an Affliate at the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health and is currently working at Gavi on outbreak response management. 

He trained in epidemiology and public health at Imperial College London and completed his postdoctoral training at Yale University, where he was a Francqui Foundation Fellow. He also was an EPIET fellow, of the European Centre of Disease Prevention and Control, based at the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin, Germany. 

He has worked for several years in humanitarian crises and conflict settings with Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), including in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Syria, Jordan and the occupied Palestinian territory. 

He also previously worked at the World Health Organization on public health intelligence and outbreak response. He is interested in bridging the gap between academia and the operational realities of health emergencies.


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