Title — Assistant Professor of Global Health, Anthropology, and International Affairs
Office — 2175 K St., 200
Phone — (202) 994-6803
E-mail — email@example.com
Areas of Expertise —
Affiliated Faculty Department of Global Health
Medical anthropology, HIV/AIDS, gender roles and disease transmission, research methods. Regional focus: China.
Prof. Uretsky's work highlights the interaction of governance and HIV/AIDS in China and raises awareness of the pivotal role that men, especially "mobile men with money," play in the spread of the epidemic. Her current research focuses on the role governance plays in the development and administration of HIV/AIDS, and the impact on the epidemic of China's climate of male sexuality.
Ph.D. 2007, Columbia University
M.A. 2000, Harvard University
M.A. 1997, The George Washington University
B.S. 1990, New York University
Dr. Uretsky is a medical anthropologist interested in the social context of sexual disease, particularly HIV/AIDS in China.
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Selected Articles and Book Chapters
2011 Uretsky, E. "The risk of success: cultural determinants of chronic disease and sexually transmitted infections among urban Chinese men," Health Promotion International 26(2): 212-219.
2008 Uretsky, E. " 'Mobile men with money': The socio-cultural and politico-economic context of high-risk behavior among wealthy businessmen and government officials in urban China," Culture, Health, and Sexuality 10 (8):801-14.
2007 Uretsky, E. "Promoting dialogue between anthropologists and NGOs?," Anthropology News 48(9):26..
2003 Uretsky, E. "Research note: The importance of research on male sexuality and masculinity for effective HIV/AIDS prevention programs," Yale-China Health Journal 2: 45-54.
PubH 6401 (old 332): Comparative Regional Determinants of Public Health
PubH 6410 (340): Global Health Study Design and Ethics
PubH 6411 (341): Public Health Data Collection
PubH 6412 (342): Public Health Data Analysis