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Join the NIDA HIV Research Program in welcoming Bohdan Nosyk, Associate Professor and St. Paul's Hospital CANFAR Chair in HIV/AIDS Research at Simon Fraser University, for the next installment of the NIDA HIV Seminar Series titled "Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in the US: How Do We Intervene to Meet Our Ambitious Goals?"
Bohdan Nosyk is an Associate Professor and St. Paul’s Hospital CANFAR Chair in HIV/AIDS Research at the Faculty of Health Sciences, and leads the Health Economic Research Unit at the Center for Health Evaluation & Outcome Sciences. Dr. Nosyk’s research seeks to inform complex policy decisions surrounding the prevention and management of HIV/AIDS and substance use disorders. He has led population-level evaluations in these disease areas in China, in the state of California and across urban centers in the US, and locally in British Columbia. He combines simulation modeling methods and cost-effectiveness analyses with econometric and biostatistical analyses of health administrative data to address these issues. Dr. Nosyk’s teaching interests are in the areas of health economic evaluation and health services research.