Dr. Mariam Dahir is a graduate of the University of Hargeisa. She obtained her medical degree in 2010, earned her a postgraduate diploma in Public Health Research, and later received her MSc in Health management. Mariam Dahir is a highly experienced researcher. She has extensive knowledge of activities and program management and worked with various international organizations including the World Health Organization where she worked as Data Manager and Analyst for its HIV program across Somalia. Mariam Dahir further worked on the routine Antenatal Sentinel Surveillance and key population survey as well as providing the result analysis of the studies in the various areas within the programs. Lecturer at Frantz Fanon university since 2018 and she also advises medical students on thesis writing and other health-related areas as part of her role at the medical faculty. Mariam Dahir worked previously in the Health System Strengthen Program that part of the Medical Education and Health Sector Regulation Program. Mariam Dahir further held senior roles with various health-oriented institutions including the Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET) and with the Ministry of Health as a National AIDS program Manager for Somaliland.
Dr. Mariam Dahir's area of interests includes global health, medical educations, pain management, critical care, and maternal related concerns.