GradD, Johns Hopkins University; PhD, Walden University; MPH, Des Moines University; MD, American University of Antigua.
Health disparities and cardiovascular disease; malaria; HIV; diabetes; obesity; mental health; homelessness; unintentional injuries and rural health; smoking cessation.
Dr Banerjee has over fifteen years of experience in the areas of public health and global health. He has worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the area of infectious diseases, and has worked on public health projects worldwide. Additionally, he has conducted award-winning research in the areas of HIV and chronic diseases. At Johns Hopkins University, he has presented his work on preventing the mother-to-child transmission of HIV; chronic diseases; and disparities in vaccine uptake. Dr Banerjee is a member of the American Medical Association, American Rural Health Association and American Association of Family Physicians.
“I am excited to be part of the University’s online programmes because, as a faculty member, I am able to use my public health expertise to transform talented students and professional practitioners into scholar-practitioners and change agents for their respective communities. I am excited to facilitate the public health discourse that emerges from interactions between diverse cultural backgrounds and is part of each individual fulfilling their potential.”