Researcher, Institute for Global Health, University College London
Mohamed Jelle is a research fellow at UCL Institute for Global Health and his main research focus lies in the intersection between nutrition, cash transfers, migration and use of verbal autopsies (VA), often within the context of populations affected by humanitarian emergencies caused by conflict or disasters. He has over 8 years progressive experience in humanitarian work both in programming and research capacities. Prior to joining UCL, Mohamed worked with local and international NGOs and the UN. He holds an MSc in Nutrition and Rural Development from University of Gent, Belgium and is currently a PhD candidate in nutritional epidemiology at the UCL Institute for Global Health.
RELATED PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH
Seal A, Checchi F, Balfour N, Nur A-RH, Jelle M. A weak health response is increasing the risk of excess mortality as food crisis worsens in Somalia. Conflict and Health. 2017;11(1):12. doi: 10.1186/s13031-017-0114-0.