Dr Hebe Gouda

Adjunct Associate Professor

School of Public Health
Faculty of Medicine


Hebe Gouda is an epidemiologist with research experience in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Egypt. She has a Masters of Public Health and a PhD from the University of Cambridge. She currently focuses on three related streams of research including: 1) Measuring mortality and disease burden with a particular focus on the epidemiological transition in low and middle income countries; 2) Evaluating health systems approaches and responses to population health burdens and 3) Measurement, data and information: the ethics and epistemology of population health research methods.


  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge
  • Master of Studies, University of Cambridge


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Book Chapter

  • Powles, J. and Gouda, H. N. (2010). East/West differences in health in Europe: rates, expectancies and DALYs. Handbook of disease burdens and quality of life measures. (pp. 505-516) edited by Victor R. Preedy and Ronald R. Watson. New York, United States: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-0-387-78665-0_30

  • Allotey, Pascale, Reidpath, Daniel D.., Alvarez-Castillo, Fatima and Gouda, Hebe (2006). Violence and displacement: some challenges for public health. Combating disease and promoting health. (pp. 105-109) edited by Stephen Matlin. London, United Kingdom: Pro-Brook Publishing.

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Conference Publication

Other Outputs

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

  • Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

Completed Supervision