Lambed is undertaking a PhD in Public Health Modelling, supervised by Dr James Woodcock. His PhD focuses on quantifying the health impacts of active transport resulting from different transport policies in LMICs. He will be looking at how to curate data for health impact modelling, generate robust estimates for transport health impacts and make results relevant to policymakers in these settings.
Before starting his PhD, Lambed worked for seven years as a physician in the Cameroon Ministry of Health (initially as a GP and later as a Public health Physician). In interludes, he worked as a field doctor and epidemiologist for the Doctors Without Borders and research assistant in the unit. Overtime his interest has grown in upstream determinants of health.
He is broadly interested in quantifying the health impacts of policies beyond the health sector and interacting with policy makers to promote policies that mitigate health risks. For now, he is keen to collaborate with anyone interested in travel behaviours and transport health impact in Sub-Saharan African cities.
Lambed holds an MD degree (University of Buea – Cameroon), MSc in Paediatric Emergency Medicine (University of Edinburgh – UK) and Joint Master of Public Health (Université Catholique de Louvain – Belgium and Universidad de Oviedo – Spain).