Paulina Tindana (PhD, MPH, BA) Advisor
Dr. Paulina Tindana holds a PhD in Public Health from the University of Oxford, UK, and a masters degree in health sciences specialising in bioethics from the University of Toronto, Canada as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Ghana. She is currently
a Senior Lecturer at the School of Public Health at the University of Ghana where she teaches and research across a wide range of health disciplines including ethical, social, cultural and policy issues in public health, global health research and health systems research. She has published extensively on bioethics and research ethics including contributing to several international and Consortia ethics guidelines and reports.
Dr Tindana has facilitated training workshops on global health ethics and community engagement and mentored several masters and PhD students to undertake research on health policy, health systems, monitoring and evaluation and research ethics related topics. She has previously served as Deputy Chief Health Research Officer with the Navrongo Health Research Centre, a research site of Ghana Health Service located in northern Ghana.
In that capacity, she superintend over the conduct of several social science and empirical ethics research activities, supported research ethics review process, contributed to the development of standard operating procedures, facilitated training workshops for researchers and members of research ethics committees and community engagement activities.
Dr Tindana brings to the ASOLI Advisory Board her over 23 years of experience.