Global Health Intern
Yasmin has joined the Dahdaleh Institute as a research assistant working on equity, diversity, inclusion, and decolonization projects. She is currently completing her fourth year in the global health program, specializing in health policy, management, and systems. Yasmin’s current research interests include addressing equity and decolonization within the global health context. She believes that these topics are critical to building a comprehensive understanding of factors impacting the health of a population and subsequently informing and improving health-related policies.
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