Aisha Shalash completed her BS in Psychology at the University of Kentucky and her MPH at the Institute of Community and Public Health, Birzeit University. She is currently working on the WHO Long-term Institutional Development Project.
Weeam Hammoudeh holds a PhD and MA in Sociology from Brown University, and an MPH from Birzeit University. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Community and Public Health, and formerly ACSS (Arab Council for the Social Sciences) Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Researcher at the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Birzeit University.
Abdullatif Husseini is the current director of the Master of Community and Public Health program & an associate professor of Public Health at Birzeit University. He is also an adjunct professor of Public Health at Qatar University. His research interests are rooted in improving the health of the population by identifying the various determinants of health, and targeting modifiable factors through evidence based interventions.
Dr. Niveen Abu-Rmeileh is an Associate Professor of Statistical Epidemiology at Birzeit University. Dr. Abu-Rmeileh holds a BSc in Medical Technology , a Master in Public Health and a PhD in Statistical Epidemiology from University of Glasgow. She teaches a variety of courses on quantitative research methods, health statistics and population studies. Her research interest is focused on the three broad categories: epidemiology of chronic diseases, reproductive health, and building psychometrics.
Salam Abu Ghosh is an financial and adminstrative assistant working at the institute of community and public health (ICPH), Birzeit University since 1999.
Shiraz has a Master degree in Spatial Analysis from Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. She is skilled in quantitative research methods and GIS. Her current research focus is related to marginalized community groups including women and children. Shiraz is also part of the Lancet Palestinian Health Alliance (LPHA) coordination team.