Rev. Mrs. Sabina Asiamah has a Diploma in Community Health (Disease Control) and Bsc Degree in Public Health from the Rural Health Training School, Kintampo (now College of Health and Wellbeing) and the School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Legon respectively. She is a staff of Ghana Health Service with twenty two (22) years working experience. Sabina worked with the Dangme West District now Shai Osudoku District for nine (9) years as the District Health Information Officer and later became the District Disease Control Officer and the District Malaria Focal Person for eight (8) years.

She joined the Dodowa Health Research Centre in June 2014 where she currently works as a Senior Public Health Officer. She is in charge of the centre’s communication unit and has been involved in a number of studies at the centre including INDEPTH Healthy Transition to Adulthood Study (IHTAS) which was a study on adolescent health, the COUNTDOWN study which is a study on elimination of neglected tropical diseases as well as the Antibiotics Access and Use Study (ABACUS) a study mainly on access and use of antibiotics in low and middle income countries. She led the sensitization and the qualitative phase of the Strengthening Quality of malaria care and surveillance in Ghanaian communities study (COREMAL). Sabina is a member of the centre’s qualitative team.