Hannah N Gilbert
Hannah N Gilbert, PhD
Lecturer on Global Health and Social Medicine

Hannah Gilbert, PhD, is a medical anthropologist and lecturer in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She teaches in the Master of Medical Sciences in Global Health Delivery program, co-directing courses on qualitative research methods for global health research, and mixed methods in global health delivery research. She is also the program’s advisor for qualitative research.

Dr. Gilbert conducts qualitative and ethnographic research on the social aspects of HIV treatment and research in sub-Saharan Africa. She is currently a member of Dr. Norma Ware’s research team, focusing on (1) social factors that shape uptake of male medical circumcision, (2) patient perspectives on decentralized care in West Africa, and (3) real-life implementation of prevention effective adherence.

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Harvard Medical School

Global Health and Social Medicine

641 Huntington Avenue

Boston, MA 02115

Messaging Circumstances and Economic Pressures as Influences on Linkage to Medical Male Circumcision following Community-Based HIV Testing for Men in Rural Southwest Uganda: A Qualitative Study.
Authors: Authors: Gilbert HN, Wyatt MA, Asiimwe S, Turyamureeba B, Tumwesigye E, Van Rooyen H, Barnabas RV, Celum CL, Ware NC.
AIDS Res Treat
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Patient Experiences of Decentralized HIV Treatment and Care in Plateau State, North Central Nigeria: A Qualitative Study.
Authors: Authors: Kolawole GO, Gilbert HN, Dadem NY, Genberg BL, Agaba PA, Okonkwo P, Agbaji OO, Ware NC.
AIDS Res Treat
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Re-visioning local biologies: HIV-2 and the pattern of differential valuation in biomedical research.
Authors: Authors: Gilbert H.
Med Anthropol
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