Umed Ibragimov

Assistant Professor

Dr. Umedjon Ibragimov is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Behavioral, Social and Health Education Sciences at Emory University’s School of Public Health. He received his MD degree from Tajik State Medical University (1999), and MPH (2009) and PhD (2017) degrees from Emory University. Dr. Ibragimov combines his programmatic expertise and academic scholarship to advance the health of people who use drugs and other populations disproportionately affected by HIV. He applies rigorous quantitative and qualitative methods and community-based participatory research methods to study stigma and other social and structural determinants of drug- and HIV-related outcomes, and utilizes implementation science approaches to improve access to HIV and drug-related services in the US and globally.