Dr Carine Asnong
IHTM Teaching Associate
I am a graduate of the first cohort of the Oxford MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine. My qualitative research placement project “Perceptions and experiences of adolescent pregnancy in refugee and migrant communities on the Thai-Myanmar border” offered me the opportunity to work with vulnerable adolescents in a low resource setting.
I am a medical doctor with research interests in adolescent health, maternal health and capacity development. Recently I organised adolescent advisory groups in sub-Saharan Africa to inform and align research priorities and linked services with adolescents’ priorities for the UKRI GCRF Accelerating Achievement for Africa’s Adolescents Research Hub. Currently I collaborate with a team of early career Liberian researchers and IHTM alumni to generate locally relevant evidence, assess evidence gaps and identify research priorities in Maternal and Neonatal Health in Liberia (OMNeo Health Liberia).
Since 2017 I have been a lecturer in the MSc IHTM.
Power to participants: methodological and ethical reflections from a decade of adolescent advisory groups in South Africa.
Cluver L. et al, (2020), AIDS care, 1 - 9
Adolescents’ perceptions and experiences of pregnancy in refugee and migrant communities on the Thailand-Myanmar border: a qualitative study
Asnong C. et al, (2018), Reproductive Health, 15
LESSONS LEARNED FROM A MEASLES OUTBREAK IN ANTWERP, BELGIUM 2007-2008
Asnong C. et al, (2011), PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASE JOURNAL, 30, 343 - 345
Lymphocytes from lymph nodes at different distances from human melanoma vary in their capacity to inhibit/enhance tumor cell growth in vitro.
Farzad Z. et al, (1997), Melanoma Res, 7 Suppl 2, S59 - S65
THE HISTOLOGY AND DIFFERENTIAL-DIAGNOSIS OF SPITZ NEVUS
BINDER SW. et al, (1993), SEMINARS IN DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY, 10, 36 - 46