Naveed Janjua is an epidemiologist and senior scientist in the Hepatitis Program at BCCDC. He is also a clinical associate professor in the UBC School of Population & Public Health.
Dr. Janjua's research interests include hepatitis B and C epidemiology, syndemics of substance use, mental illness and blood-borne and sexually transmitted infections, intervention effectiveness, disparities in treatment access and disease outcomes, and strategies to enhance access to care.
Most of his current work is based on the BC Hepatitis Testers Cohort. He also leads Hepatitis Education Canada, a program that develops culturally and linguistically sensitive hepatitis C education resources for the population, hepatitis patients and health care providers.
His global health research includes unsafe medical injections and transmission of bloodborne pathogens, socio-economic disparities in health, and and scale-up of hepatitis testing and treatment in developing countries.
Dr. Janjua is a medical doctor (MBBS) and has a master of science (MSc) degree in epidemiology and biostatistics and a doctorate in public health (DrPH). He also teaches a graduate course on epidemiologic methods at UBC School of Population & Public Health.
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