Jose Siri

Dr Jose Siri

Research Fellow
Institution: United Nations University
Current Insitution Location: Malaysia

Email: siri@unu.edu
Phone Number: +60 3-9171 5394
Website: Go to website

Address:
UNU-IIGH Building, UKM Medical Centre, Jalan Yaacob Latif, Bandar Tun Razak, 56000 Cheras, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Migration Health Research Area/Expertise:
My work in research and policy focuses on systems thinking for urban health. My doctoral training in epidemiology touched on the role of mobility in urban malaria risk. More recently, I have become interested in systemic issues related to migration and urban health, potentially including, but not limited to: the mechanisms by which migration impacts resilience and health in origin and destination communities; the role of municipal governments in migration policy; the impacts of migration on achievement of the SDGs; and the lessons to be learned from South-South efforts to manage migration.

General Research Focus/Expertise: 
Climate change
Community participation in health
Disaster preparedness and response
Disease prevention
Disease surveillance
Epidemiology
Evidence-based reviews
Health communication
Health promotion/ Health education
Infectious diseases
Labour migration and health
Malaria
Non-communicable diseases (NCD)
Pandemic
Public Health
Refugee health

Relevant Publications

Title Author Year Published Link to Publication
Defining and advancing a systems approach for sustainable cities Xuemei Bai, Alyson Surveyer, Thomas Elmqvist, Franz Gatzweiler, Burak Güneralp, Susan Parnell, Anne-Hélène Prieur-Richard, Paul Shrivastava, José Gabriel Siri, Mark Stafford-Smith, Jean-Patrick Toussaint, Robert Webb 2016
A role for low-order systems dynamics models in urban health policy making B Newell, J Siri 2016
Significance of travel to rural areas as a risk factor for malarial anemia in an urban setting JG Siri, ML Wilson, S Murray, D Rosen, JM Vulule, L Slutsker, KA Lindblade 2010