Faculty bio: Dr. Galit Sacajiu graduated from New York University’s College of Arts and Sciences, and then continued at the NYU School of Medicine. She completed an Internal Medicine Residency at NYU/Bellevue Hospital and Preventative Medicine training at the NYC Department of Health and the Columbia School of Public Health, where she also earned a Masters in Public Health.
After completing her training, she worked as a faculty member at Montefiore Medical Center (MMC) and Albert Einstein College of Medicine (AECOM), where she served as the associate director of the Social Medicine and Primary Care Residency programs. Her time at MMC was allocated to teaching, social epidemiology research and clinical medicine. Among other responsibilities, she was the director of the residency research curriculum and was the founder and director of a Research Based Health Activism course. With the intention to work in the field of international health, she changed her academic status to an adjunct after ten years as faculty at MMC/AECOM. Since April 2010 she has been involved with the Haiti Medical Education (HME) Project.

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Faculty bio: Dr. Marie-Josée Brouillette, who graduated in psychiatry from McGill University in Montreal, has been working with the HIV team of the McGill University Health Centre since 1990. Dr. Brouillette is the Co-chair of the newly formed working group on HIV and cognition at the national organization of AIDS researchers, which is a collaborative of neurologists and neuropsychologists to develop measurement tool for cognitive ability among HIV seropositive patients.

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Faculty bio: Dr. Selim Rashed is an associate professor of clinical
Pediatrics at the university of Montreal and adjunct professor at McGill
University at the McLean center for tropical diseases. He teaches and publishes
about tropical medicine.

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