Dorien Braam is Director of Praxis Labs, a global research collective with a focus on migration, protection and One Health. She is a Policy Leader Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, and affiliated with the University of Cambridge (UK) and Norwich University (US). Her research interests include zoonotic disease dynamics in displaced populations; climate change disasters and resilience; environmental and animal protection and welfare.
PhD Gates Scholar at the Disease Dynamics Unit at the Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge
University of Edinburgh, MSc International Animal Health
Delft University of Technology, MSc
PLOS Global Public Health, Disaster displacement and zoonotic disease dynamics: The impact of structural and chronic drivers in Sindh, Pakistan
BMC Conflict and Health, Lockdowns, lives and livelihoods: the impact of COVID-19 and public health responses to conflict affected populations - a remote qualitative study in Baidoa and Mogadishu, Somalia
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, Power, participation and their problems: A consideration of power dynamics in the use of participatory epidemiology for one health and zoonoses research