Elizabeth Hammond

Elizabeth Hammond has a degree in English and Clinical Psychology from Tufts University and a master’s in International Health from The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. While a professor at the University of Sarajevo on a Fulbright scholarship, she also taught at the University of Zenica and the Sarajevo Medresa. Over the course of multiple visits to the region, she studied the long-term psychological effects of the war in Bosnia and the development of the country’s health care system. Her research was presented at the Institute for Global Studies at Tufts University and at The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

Culture Smart! guide(s):

Bosnia & Herzegovina