Helena Greter, PhD

Project Officer / Manager

Organisational Entity

Dr Helena Greter is a biologist (MSc Ecology and Evolution) and epidemiologist (PhD). Her epidemiological research relates to neglected tropical diseases, zoonotic diseases in humans and animals and ecology applying a One Health approach. Dr. Greter holds diverse qualitative and quantitative research skills and manages scientific and operational research activities focusing on health improvement for the hard-to-reach and vulnerable population groups, often in fragile contexts, particularly in the Sahel (Chad, Niger), East Africa (Uganda, Tanzania) and South-East Asia (Bangladesh, Myanmar). She is also providing technical assistance on complex projects such as integrated disease surveillance (Chad) and One Health networks (Comoros, Madagascar, Seychelles, Mauritius, La Réunion).

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