Sabina F. Rashid
Dean & Professor, BRAC School of Public Health, BRAC University
Sabina F. Rashid, PhD, is Dean and Professor at the BRAC School of Public Health, BRAC University. A medical anthropologist by training, she has over 25 years of work experience in Bangladesh. Her areas of expertise are ethnographic and qualitative research, with a focus on urban populations, adolescents, and marginalized groups. She is particularly interested in examining the impact of structural and social factors on the ability of these populations to realize their health and rights. She is passionate about community engagement in teaching and learning approaches and qualitative research designs.
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