Fatima Fanna is a public health practitioner with an interest in medical anthropology. She earned her medical degree from the Latin American School of Medicine, Havana, Cuba. Whilst in Cuba, Fatima developed an interest in community health that spurned her passion for understanding the complexities and drivers of health and wellbeing in communities. She went on to earn an MPH from the University of Nottingham, UK and a PhD in Public Health from Monash University, Malaysia.
She joins CODE as a research associate bringing with her a background of ethnographic research as well as maternal and child health.