Abdul El-Sayed on Epidemiology and Inequalities in Health

Abdul El-SayedTopic: Inequalities in Health, Epidemiology

Field and Institution: Public Health; Columbia University, Oxford University

Bio: Abdulrahman M El-Sayed is a doctoral student in Public Health in his final year at Oxford University, where he is a Rhodes Scholar (Michigan, 2009). He is also an MD/PhD student at Columbia University, where he will resume his studies in the fall of 2011. His research interests center around the social determinants of health, with a particular focus on describing and understanding the causes and consequences of health disparities. Abdul is a graduate of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, and a native of Bloomfield, Michigan. 

Links to Books and Articles mentioned:

Lauderdale DS. “Birth outcomes for Arabic-named women in California before and after September 11”: http://www.rwj.harvard.edu/papers/Lauderdale.pdf

Abdul’s Top Three:

1. Link BG, Phelan J. “Social conditions as fundamental causes of disease.”
2. Jay S. Kaufman (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=Jay%20S%20Kaufman)
3. Tariq Ramadan (http://www.orinst.ox.ac.uk/staff/iw/tramadan.html)

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