Associate Professor, Public Health Practice
Office: Yale School of Public Health, 60 College St.
His primary research interests are the epidemiology, prevention and control of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis among drug users, prisoners and other at risk populations in United States and in resource-poor countries. His other interests include the examination of the links between health and human rights, health and conflict, the role of health in international relations and the ethical dilemmas in research involving vulnerable populations. He conducts research and mentors researchers from China, Russia, and Iran and teaches courses on HIV/AIDS, global health and research ethics.
McFarland W. Abu-Raddad LJ, Mahfoud Z, DeJong J, Riedner G, Forsyth A, Khoshnood K. HIV/AIDS in the Middle East and North Africa: New study methods, results, and implications for prevention and care. Editorial. AIDS. July 2010 - Volume 24 - Issue - p S1–S4