Corresponding Member of the Faculty of Global Health and Social Medicine
Former editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Angell is widely recognized as a national leader in areas of health policy and medical ethics. In the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, she is a key contributor to Division of Medical Ethics programs and planning. Her primary responsibility is to organize and moderate the Faculty Seminar Series, which attracts health care professionals from across the University and affiliated hospitals to monthly presentations and discussions.
Professor in the Dept of Global Health and Population and a Department of Global Health and Social Medicine Affiliate
My research focuses on HIV in impoverished populations. In 1996, I launched a series of studies in HIV+ homeless and marginally housed individuals in response to concerns that poor adherence to HIV antiretroviral treatment in the urban poor would create new strains of drug resistant virus. I described the challenges in providing antiretroviral therapy to the urban poor, developed valid measures of adherence, defined the risk of antiretroviral resistance by level of adherence, and developed effective interventions to improve adherence in the HIV+ urban poor.
Lecturer on Global Health and Social Medicine, Part-time
Currently on secondment with the World Bank Group, Dr. Bayona is the director of global health programs and practice for the Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science. He joined Dartmouth from Peru, where he was the co-founder and director of Socios En Salud Sucursal Peru (SES), the Peruvian branch of Partners In Health (PIH). At SES, Dr.