Full Name: Mohammed Shaheen
Professor Shaheen obtained a PhD in public health- health service management from the University of Pittsburgh-USA. Former dean of school of public health and former director of Center for Development in Primary Health Care at AlQuds University-Palestine where he designed and supervised several public health and research initiatives for marginalized communities in the West Bank. Served as a Vice-President of Childwatch International on child research. A founding member of the Palestinian health policy forum and a member in the MENA health policy forum. A board member of Damour for Community Development with focus on environmental health and community development. He also served as a member of the advisory board for the Palestinian National Public Health Institute and the editorial advisory of the intervention journal and others. Directed the development of Resilient Ramallah 2050 strategy and developed the crisis management guide for Palestinian municipalities. Currently working as a freelance public health expert and engaged in developing an inclusive city policy recommendation for the municipality of Ramallah. Published several research papers and articles in international peer reviewed journals with specific focus on child health, youth health, COVID-19 and climate change.