Teaching Fellow in Global Health
(currently on maternity leave until December 2018)
Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 5168
Office: King’s Centre for Global Health, Suite 2.13 Weston Education Centre, Cutcombe Road, London SE5 9RJ
Fawzia is a Teaching Fellow in Global Health at the King’s Centre for Global Health and at the Royal Society of Medicine. She holds a BA in Political Science and History from McGill University and an MSc in Global Health with Conflict and Security from King’s College London. Fawzia worked in media and documentary, acquiring first-hand knowledge of complex emergencies in West and Central Africa. From 2010 to 2013, she was an associate producer and a researcher at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Her areas of interests include civil-military relations and health systems in conflict-affected countries. She is currently working on health system strengthening initiatives in the DR Congo and coordinates the Conflict & Health Research Group (CHRG).
Fawzia co-leads the Conflict and Health module, the Global Burden of Disease module and runs the Child health components of the Global Health in Local Practice module. She teaches on BSc, the Global Health MSc and runs the Global Health programmes at the Royal Society of Medicine.