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Harvard Medical School
Visiting Assistant Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine

Dr. Benton is on leave from Northwestern University, where she is an assistant professor of anthropology and African studies. She has written a highly regarded book on HIV Exceptionalism: Development through Disease in Sierra Leone. She is conducting research related to Ebola and is involved in consolidating global surgery as a new field in the social sciences. She is also developing two new books: The Ebola Fieldnotes: Remote Anthropology in a Time of Crisis, and Citizen Surgeon: Global Surgery and Ideologies of Global Health.

Harvard Medical School
Visiting Fellow in Global Health and Social Medicine

Dr. Chiang is currently in a clinical training program in pediatric infectious diseases at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Her research interest is childhood tuberculosis, with a focus on the clinical and epidemiologic aspects. Dr. Chiang was awarded a grant from the Thrasher Research Fund to conduct a retrospective cohort study of Peruvian children who were treated for drug-resistant TB disease.

Harvard Medical School
Visiting Scientist in Global Health and Social Medicine

Katherine Gottlieb is president and chief executive officer of the Southcentral Foundation in Anchorage, Alaska. She is on the faculty of the Harvard Center for Primary Care.

Harvard Medical School
Visiting Graduate Student in Global Health and Social Medicine

Maryann Ibrahim is a Doris Duke Foundation International Clinical Research Fellow, 2015-2016.

Harvard Medical School
Visiting Graduate Student in Global Health and Social Medicine

Ms. Kibe is a Doris Duke Foundation International Clinical Research Fellow, 2015-2016.

Harvard Medical School
Visiting Associate Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine

While on leave from the University of British Columbia, where he is Associate Professor in the School of Population and Public Health, Dr. Law is developing medical education programs in global health delivery in Rwanda as part of the Human Resources for Health program.

Harvard Medical School
Visiting Assistant Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine

Dr. Rahimi is on leave from the University of Saskatchewan, where he is Assistant Professor of Medical Anthropology and Associate Faculty in the Department of Psychiatry. He is writing primarily on the topic of Power, Faith and Fantasy: A Cultural Psychiatric Study of Psychosis and Sufism.

Harvard Medical School
Visiting Associate Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Visiting Undergrad Research Fellow (Stip) in Global Health and Social Medicine (EXT)
Sandra Staudacher
Visiting Graduate Student in Global Health and Social Medicine

Sandra Staudacher is writing a PhD thesis on how people at the age of sixty years and above organize and practice their living and care arrangements in a changing urban and transnational Swahili society in the city of Zanzibar, Tanzania and Muscat, Oman in the Swiss National Science Foundation funded research project "Aging, Agency and Health in Urbanizing Tanzania." The study aims at examining forms of agency in response to critical health moments in everyday life of elderly and analyzes gender roles in connection to aging, health and care.