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Abschlussarbeiten M.Sc. Global Urban Health

Die Absolventen des internationalen Masterstudienganges M.Sc. Global Urban Health forschen zu zahlreichen fächerübergreifenden Themen. Auf diesen Seiten finden Sie einen Überblick über die abgeschlossenen und laufenden Projekte.

M.Sc GUH Masterarbeiten der Kohorte von 2017/2018


Abboud Alkarkoukly, Mohammad Samer (Syrien)

Rebuilding health system after crisis in Syria, an overview of the current  situation and the recommended actions.

Betreuerin: PD Dr. Mirjam Körner


Aighobahi, Jude Osagie (Nigeria)

Assessment of the Integration of Tuberculosis and Diabetes Care; A situation analysis in Lagos, Nigeria.

Betreuerin: Dr. med. Berit Lange


Asaga, Peter (Nigeria)

Needs assessment of emergency medical and rescue services in Abuja and environs. 

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Axel Kroeger


Cardenas Sanchez, Rocio (Kolumbien)

Transmission Dynamics of Aedes Borne Diseases and Potential Alarm Signals for Outbreaks in Cucuta, Colombia.

Betreuer: Dr. med. Berit Lange und Prof. Dr. Axel Kroeger


Carillo Diaz, Maria Angelica (Kolumbien)

Assessing the Entomological Risk for Dengue, Zika and Chikungunya Transmission in Cucuta, Colombia.

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Axel Kroeger


Ibrahim, Maryam (Nigeria)

Current Status and Future Needs. Emergency Medical Rescue Services in Lagos, Nigeria.

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Axel Kroeger


Jauragui Buitrago, Sara (Kolumbien)

Improving the mental health of displaced population in Colombia: The impact of the training program for health care workers in Valledupar and Guajira (Colombia).

Betreuerinnen: Dr. Caprice Knapp und Dr. Sonia Diaz-Monsalve


Omer, Mazin (Sudan)

Female Community Health Volunteers in Nepal, what can be their roles in Visceral Leischmaniasis (VL) case detection and vector surveillance.

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Axel Kroeger


Perez Mendez, Monica (Mexiko)

Support perception in Gambian asylum seekers of a German First Reception Camp, and the attitudes from volunteers.

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Axel Kroeger und Prof. Dr. Peter Scheib


Rivera Ramirez, Sandra Tatiana (Kolumbien)

A systematic review of the oral health in refugee and migrants in Europe in order to generate a better approach in oral health care.

Betreuer: Dr. med Ralph Möhler


Wallace, Evan (Australien)

Consideration of social determinants of health in Early Childhood Intervention; A study of urban and regional Victorian community health programs.

Betreuerin: Dr. Nicole Webster


Younis, Lina (Jordanien)

Housing conditions and their surrounding environments as a risk factor for Visceral Leishmaniasis transmission in Nepal.

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Axel Kroeger



M.Sc. GUH Masterarbeiten der Kohorte von 2016/2017


Abu Bakar, Rahayu (Malaysia)

Urban air pollution as an environmental risk factor to health in different socio-economic urban neighbourhoods of Melaka and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: a secondary data analysis.

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Richard Gminski


Amilibia, Maria José (Argentinien)

Control of vector for dengue/chikungunya/zika with water container covers.

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Axel Kroeger


Baum, Daniela (Deutschland)

Health care treatment for hospitalised patients with a migration background in German hospitals.

Betreuerin: Prof. Dr. Katrin Toens


Berhe Gebreyesus, Tamrat (Äthiopien)

Burden of diseases as perceived by refugees in transit (during their journey).

Betreuerin: Prof. Dr. Anna Lipphardt


Garcia Medina, Daniela (Mexiko)

Applicability of the Mexican ovitrap system for Aedes surveillance in the Dominican Republic.

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Axel Kroeger


Hossain, Mohammad Mojahidul (Bangladesch)

 Medical rescue services in Dhaka, Bangladesh: a situational analysis and needs assessments.

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Axel Kroeger


Kennett, Annabelle (Australien)

Satisfaction of Refugees with the Health Care Model within the First Response Centre. 

Betreuerin: Dr. med. Berit Lange


Nyirenda, John (Malawi)

How does integration of diabetes and TB prevention and care interventions affect utilisation of healthcare services in low and middle income countries? A systematic review.

Betreuerin: Dr. med. Berit Lange


Tsai, Ching-Han (Taiwan)

Scoping Review of slum upgrade program in Makoko, Nigeria.

Betreuerin: Dr. Britta Lang


Yoo, Haneul (Südkorea)

Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy: Addressing the Global North and the Global South Development gap.

Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Richard Gminski