“Increasing globalization means every local health problem is the world’s health problem. Grasping this is one of the biggest challenges.”
Henry F. Raymond MPH, DrPH ’11 is an epidemiologist specializing in HIV and LGBT health who serves as an associate professor in the Epidemiology Department at the School of Public Health, Rutgers University and associate professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California, San Francisco in the Global Health Group. Previously he was deputy director of the Center for Public Health Research in the Population Health Division at the San Francisco Department of Public Health. His current research projects focus on HIV epidemiology and LGBT health both domestically and globally.
Actually, coming back to lecture at Berkeley was the moment. Being able to show current students that what started at Berkeley came to fruition.”
Public health dream team
“John Snow, Warren Winklestein, and Paul Farmer. All would have amazing depth of experience and out-of-the-box thinking.”
Movie of my life at SPH
“And The Band Played On. My field is HIV, particularly among men who have sex with men. The movie energized my pursuits in public health.”