GLOBAL HEALTH & SOCIAL MEDICINE
Aaron Shakow is a Research Associate in Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a lecturer in Near Eastern history at Brandeis University. A past editor of the Health and Human Rights Journal, he has also served as Associate Director of the Non-Communicable Disease program at the Boston-based NGO Partners In Health and a policy advisor in the World Health Organization's HIV/AIDS Department, focusing on health financing mechanisms. Dr. Shakow's historical research addresses sociopolitical constructions of infectious diseases and their impact on health care systems and international relations. His forthcoming book, Marks of Contagion: How Bubonic Plague and Mediterranean Quarantine Inspired the Neoliberal Security State, explores the evolution of global norms of public health, human rights, and migration control. Dr. Shakow received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2009.
Health and human rights, July 14, 2011
American journal of public health, October 15, 2008
Social science & medicine (1982), August 1, 2005
The virtual mentor : VM, July 1, 2005
Finance & development, June 1, 1982