International Policy Fellow
Dr Ibrahim Bou-Orm is a doctoral candidate at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. His global health research focuses on the system dynamics of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) prevention and control in fragile situations such as Lebanon. He plans to conduct a political economy analysis of NCD-related public policies. He works closely with the Lebanese Ministry of Health to translate research findings into public health practice.
Dr Bou-Orm has been a consultant on NCDs for the Lebanese Ministry of Health and he gained his Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from Saint-Joseph University of Beirut in 2015, followed by a Master of Public Health degree from the American University of Beirut.