Mulusew Gerbaba Jebena

Mulusew Gerbaba Jebena

Associate Research Scientist – Impact Evaluation

ABOUT Mulusew Gerbaba Jebena

Mulusew is involved in enhancing the capacity and use of Impact evaluation (IE) approaches at APHRC which provides support to Center teams involved in research and related capacity building programs involving IE methods, participation in IE community of practices, knowledge generation and policy translations in order to contribute to population wellbeing in Africa. He is keen in evaluating spillover effects of deworming. He holds a PhD in Applied Biological Sciences from Ghent University, Belgium, Masters in Public Health from Jimma University, Ethiopia, and a BSc from Haramaya University, Ethiopia. Before joining APHRC, Mulusew was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Epidemiology, Jimma University, Ethiopia.

His research interests focus use of epidemiologic and impact evaluation methods such as causal inference approaches, targeted learning and machine learning in areas related to poverty, development interventions, maternal, child and adolescent health, chronic diseases, nutrition and food security, and infectious diseases.

He is also a member of NIERA and CEGA EASST fellow at University of California, Berkeley, USA. He can be reached on Twitter @MullerJeb and/or Linkedn