Karina Kielmann
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    2000 Antwerpen



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I am a Canadian-German medical anthropologist with 20 years of experience  in research, teaching, and developing capacity for social science research in international public health settings. I have long-term research experience in India and East Africa (Kenya and Tanzania) and as of 2009, have contributed to and led health systems research projects in Southern Africa (South Africa, Zambia, Malawi).  My  current research projects  focus on investigating how health systems can become more responsive and accountable to individuals with HIV, tuberculosis and drug-resistant tuberculosis.

Education/Academic qualification

International Health, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

Award Date: 1-Jan-2000

Medical Anthropology, M.A., McGill University

Award Date: 1-May-1994

Social Anthropology, B.A., University of Sussex

Award Date: 1-Jul-1988


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