MSc Global Health Alumni
The first cohort of MSc in Global Health students graduated in 2006. Students have come from a number of countries around the world. Each year, students have produced research dissertations surrounding a variety of global health issues.
The students and the titles of their dissertations are available in the links below.
Where are They now?
An MSc Global Health from the Centre for Global Health, Trinity College Dublin, can take you wherever you want to go. Our alumni can be found all over the world in a wide range of careers. We have graduates who have gone on to work in the UN, with all of the major international NGOs, either at programme level in-country, or here in Ireland; others have gone on to work in clinical settings in Ireland and internationally where their global health skills and learning have facilitated a change in direction for their career. In addition to these, we have a number of graduates who stay on to do a PhD, or to work as researchers in Global Health environments.
Recent Publications Arising from MSc Global Health Theses
Jasmine Huber, Nadine Ferris France, Van Anh Nguyen, Hoai Huong Nguyen, Khuat Thi Hai Oanh & Elaine Byrne (2019): Exploring beliefs and experiences underlying self-stigma among sex workers in Hanoi, Vietnam, Culture, Health & Sexuality, DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2019.1566572
Phillip Cohen, Paola Friedrich, Catherine Lam, Sima Jeha, Monika L. Metzger, Ibraham Qaddoumi, Paula Naidu, Lane Faughnan, Carlos Rodriguez-Galindo, and Nickhill Bhakta
Journal of Global Oncology 2018 :4, 1-11