New lecturer in Global Health
Barni received an MSc in Public Health Nutrition at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2005) and a PhD in International Health at Uppsala University (2010). She has worked in Zambia, Sweden and South Africa on issues of gender, sexuality, reproductive health, child nutrition and HIV/AIDS. Barniâ€™s research and teaching interests are in the field of refugee health, prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, management of famine and disease in conflict, and the politics of food and food aid. Barni is particularly interested in intervention strategies and the question of how we put scientific knowledge into practice.