Dr. Yesser Sebeh is an epidemiologist with a clinical background in medical dentistry based in Tunisia.
His research and consulting work focuses on health economics, monitoring and evaluation, global immunization, vaccine introductions, and gender-based violence. He was involved in qualitative and quantitative research projects funded by various clients: US NIJ, US CDC, Emory University, TEPHINET, the World Bank, and the CDC Foundation. Within the US CDC, he primarily collaborated with the Center for Global Health (ERRD, GID, and DGHP) to develop theoretical frameworks, conduct quantitative analysis (using SAS), qualitative reviews (using NVivo), and engage with international decision-makers on the country level.
From 2018 to 2020, Yesser was a Fulbright Scholar. He holds a Dental Medical Degree from the University of Monastir in Tunisia and a Master of Public Health from Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Yesser fluently speaks Arabic, French, and English.