Dr. Abdulrahman M El-Sayed is a social epidemiologist and physician-in-training at Columbia University. He is also a Fellow at Demos, a non-partisan public policy center in New York. His commentary, which has been featured in Al Jazeera, The Guardian, the Huffington Post, and the Spotlight on Poverty, engages conversations about healthy policy questions in the US and globally, with a particular focus on disease prevention in light of health trends.
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