Janosch is a doctoral candidate at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences, as well as a member of the German Expert Pool for Peace Operations (ZIF) and the Oslo Research School on Peace and Conflict. His research interests include armed conflicts, peacekeeping, humanitarian and development aid, international organizations and African politics.

His current PhD project focuses on the interaction between international organizations in the field of protection, which he examines through a multi-level investigation in the case of the Democratic Republic of Congo. As a Visiting Scholar at the Saltzman Institute, he will conduct research at the UN headquarters.

Janosch graduated from Humboldt University Berlin and Science Po Paris, and holds a Master’s degree from Oxford University. He has worked for different research institutions in east and central Africa and the German Development Agency (GIZ) and the UN Peacekeeping mission in Congo (MONUSCO). He is fluent in German, English, French and Swahili.