N Ben Mansour consider herself to be an energetic emerging passionate public health researcher, She is currently holding a position of a Teaching lecturer assistant in preventive medicine (Medical University of Tunis), and working in the department of health economics in National Public Health Institute since 2014. She have a Master of Epidemiology (University Paris VI – 2012) along with specific training, expertise in surveys and data analysis through international projects. As a co-investigator, N Ben Mansour participated within the Mediterranean Studies of Cardiovascular disease MedCHAMPS (2010-2013), precisely in the validation of epidemiological models explaining increases of and cardiovascular disease prevalence in Tunisia, and predicting future trends of diabetes prevalence explicitly taking into account trends of major risk factors (smoking and obesity). In 2014-2015 she was involved in international building capacity project RESCAP Med project, and she wanted to expand her horizon so she also get to better control other public health tools outside epidemiology, as Principle Investigator, she successfully led two studies one qualitative investigating situation analysis of diabetes care in Tunisia, while the second was COI (cost of illness) study, treating also diabetes issue. As a result of these previous experiences, some peer reviewed articles were already published, others are still in progress. Currently, she is member of the technical committee of National Tunisian Health Examination survey / 2015-2016, a pilot experience in both EMRO and AFRICAN regions. She is also a co-investigator in a very recently accepted project funded by the American National Institute of health to support waterpipe control in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
N Ben Mansour's research line is generally focused on the study of Non Communicable Diseases epidemiology and prevention, with a special interest in Diabetes economics, management and quality of care.