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Kaveh Khoshnood, Associate Professor of Epidemiology

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Episode: November 9, 2011

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Professor Khoshnood is an infectious disease epidemiologist and 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. He also mentors researchers from around the world and teaches courses on HIV/AIDS, global health and research methods and ethics. We talk with Professor Khoshnood about global health education and how to conduct research in resource-poor settings.

Learn more about Kaveh Khoshnood.