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Faculty Member

Mohammad Karamouzian

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Social & Behavioural Health Sciences Division
Assistant Professor
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Associate Member
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Status Only

Research Interests

Mohammad Karamouzian is an infectious disease epidemiologist. A former veterinarian (DVM) turned public health researcher, he holds a PhD in Population and Public Health (2021) from the University of British Columbia where he had the Vanier and Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation doctoral scholarships. Before joining the Centre on Drug Policy Evaluation, he was a Banting postdoctoral fellow at Brown School of Public Health. He is also affiliated with the BC Centre on Substance Use (BCCSU) and the WHO Collaborating Centre for HIV Surveillance (HIVHUB) in the Middle East and North Africa. Mohammad’s research focuses on addressing health inequities faced by marginalized populations, such as female sex workers, people who inject drugs, and people who are incarcerated. He is committed to translating his research into policies that will improve the health of marginalized populations.

Keywords: Population and Public Health; Global Health; Drug Policy; Addiction Medicine; HIV; Social Determinants of Health; COVID-19; Evidence Synthesis