Muhammad Mussadiq

Muhammad Mussadiq

Muhammad Mussadiq

Patrick S. Osmer Fellow

(614) 292-4149

4034 Smith Laboratory
174 W. 18th Ave
4034 Smith Laboratory
Columbus, OH 43210

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Areas of Expertise

  • Social Cultural Anthropology
  • Medical and Psychiatric Anthropology
  • Global Health and Health disparities
  • Culturally Competent Nursing Care
  • Gender and Sexual Minorities (GSM)

Muhammad Armaghan Mussadiq is a doctoral student in the Department of Anthropology at OSU. Muhammad received his BS in Individual Studies (IVSP) major, "Global Public Health and Gender Inequalities," from the University of Maryland College Park. Muhammad's research interests include global health and development, health disparities, culturally competent health care nursing, and the effect of stress and related health inequities—particularly among GSM and women involved in sex work and sex trafficking. Muhammad is engaged in prevention and intervention research to improve the health outcomes of communities at high risk or living with HIV in Pakistan. Muhammad's goal is to develop interventions that reduce health disparities among vulnerable, underserved, and marginalized populations.

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