Andrea K. Boggild MSc, MD, DTMH, FRCPC

Clinical Director, Tropical Disease Unit, Toronto General Hospital
Parasitology Lead, Public Health Ontario Laboratories
Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine, University of Toronto
Toronto, ON

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Nancy E. Glass PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN

Professor
Associate Dean for Research
Associate Director, Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health
Baltimore, Maryland

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Crista Johnson-Agbakwu MD, MSc, FACOG

Obstetrician/Gynecologist
Maricopa Integrated Health System
Phoenix, AZ

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Jay S. Keystone CM, MD, MSc (CTM), FRCPC

Tropical Disease Unit, Toronto General Hospital
Professor of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Toronto, ON

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Kamran Khan MD, FRCPC, MPH

Clinician-Scientist
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute
St. Michael’s Hospital
Toronto, ON

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Jay MacGillivray

Registered Midwife
Adjunct Professor, Ryerson University
Co-Director, Positive Pregnancy Programme,
Saint Michael’s Hospital
Toronto, ON

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Karen Musalo

Professor of Law and Director, Center for Gender & Refugee Studies
Hastings College of the Law, University of California
San Francisco, CA

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Kimahli Powell

Executive Director
Rainbow Railroad
Toronto, ON

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Maya Prabhu M.D., LL.B

Assistant Professor
Yale School of Medicine
New Haven, CT

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Hanni Stoklosa MD, MPH

Instructor in Emergency Medicine
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Boston, MA

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Janine Young MD, FAAP

Medical Director, Denver Health Refugee Clinic
Medical Advisor, Colorado Refugee Services Program
Associate Professor, Dept of General Pediatrics
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Denver Health and Hospitals
Lowry Family Health Center
Toronto, ON

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Boggild

Andrea K. Boggild MSc, MD, DTMH, FRCPC

Clinical Director, Tropical Disease Unit, Toronto General Hospital
Parasitology Lead, Public Health Ontario Laboratories
Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine, University of Toronto
Toronto, ON

Andrea K. Boggild, MSc, MD, DTMH, FRCPC is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto, and is the Medical Director of the Tropical Disease Unit in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Toronto General Hospital. In addition, she is the Parasitology Lead for the Public Health Ontario Laboratories. As a Clinician Scientist in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto, she maintains ongoing international research and clinical collaborations in the fields of leishmaniasis, and travel and migration health.

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Glass

Nancy E. Glass PHD, MPH, RN, FAAN

Professor
Associate Dean for Research
Associate Director, Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health
Baltimore, Maryland

Dr. Nancy Glass, Professor and Associate Dean of Research, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of International Health and Associate Director, Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health. Dr. Glass conducts multidisciplinary projects in partnership with local experts and communities across diverse global settings, including conflict and post-conflict countries (Somalia, DR Congo, South Sudan) to evaluate violence prevention, economic empowerment and safety interventions to improve the health, economic stability and well-being of survivors of gender-based violence and their families.

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Johnson

Crista Johnson-Agbakwu MD, MSc, FACOG

Obstetrician/Gynecologist
Maricopa Integrated Health System
Phoenix, AZ

Dr. Crista Johnson-Agbakwu is the Founding Director of the Refugee Women’s Health Clinic, and a Clinical Research Affiliate of the Southwest Interdisciplinary Center (SIRC), which is a health disparities exploratory research center of excellence funded by a NIH/NIHMD at Arizona State University. She received her undergraduate degree from The Johns Hopkins University, medical degree from the Weill Medical College of Cornell University, and completed her residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology at the George Washington University Medical Center. She subsequently completed a fellowship in Female Sexual Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles and then became a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar at the University of Michigan where she obtained her Masters in Health and Health Care Research examining disparities in reproductive health care among refugees/immigrants through mixed-method Community-Based Participatory Research. She has presented nationally and internationally on the challenges faced by health care providers in the care of refugee women as well as the opportunities to improve the quality of care for this vulnerable population. She is a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH) and served as the Online Services Chair from 2011 – 2015. Her current research focuses on investigating strategies to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes for newly-arrived refugee women, particularly those who have undergone Female Genital Cutting (FGC) as well as Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV); with the aim of improving health care access and utilization, sexual and reproductive health education, counseling, community engagement, as well as enhance health care provider cultural competency.

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Khan

Kamran Khan MD, FRCPC, MPH

Clinician-Scientist
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute
St. Michael’s Hospital
Toronto, ON

Dr. Kamran Khan is an infectious disease physician and scientist based at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto and an Associate Professor with the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Toronto. Over the past decade, Kamran’s clinical and research interests have focused on managing infectious diseases in immigrant and refugee populations with a particular emphasis on tuberculosis. He will be discussing practical aspects of the management of active and latent tuberculosis in newly arriving immigrants and refugees to countries with a low incidence of tuberculosis.

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Keystone

Jay S. Keystone CM, MD, MSc (CTM), FRCPC

Tropical Disease Unit, Toronto General Hospital
Professor of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Toronto, ON

Dr. Keystone graduated from University of Toronto Medical School and studied at the University of Michigan Medical Center in  internal medicine which he gave up in 1996 to save lives .He trained in tropical medicine at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in 1974. He has worked in Africa, India and South America. His leprosy expertise was developed in Karigiri ,South India. Currently, he is a staff physician at the Tropical Disease Unit, Toronto General Hospital where he was born and has been on staff for 40 years.He is the past president of the International Society of Travel Medicine and the clinical group of the American Society of Tropical Medicine.In 2016, he was awarded the Order of Canada for his contributions as a clinician and educator in expanding the discipline of tropical and travel medicine in Canada.

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MacGillivray

Jay MacGillivray

Registered Midwife
Adjunct Professor, Ryerson University
Co-Director, Positive Pregnancy Programme,
Saint Michael’s Hospital
Toronto, ON

Jay MacGillivray began working as a midwife in 1984 and was one of the first Registered Midwives in Canada. She is an Adjunct Professor at Ryerson University.

In 2006 Jay co-founded and now co-directs the Positive Pregnancy Programme (P3) at St Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, providing care to families affected by, or living with heightened risk of, HIV. About 75% of Jay’s caseload has been of refugees in Canada less than 5 years.

Jay has a clinical and research focus on women’s sexual and reproductive health and the intersections with HIV, effects of severe trauma, conflict zones, migration and human trafficking,  significant problematic substance use, severe mental illness, and/or exploited sex in pregnancy and, additionally, HIV and infant feeding.

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Nina Musalo

Karen Musalo

Professor of Law and Director, Center for Gender & Refugee Studies
Hastings College of the Law, University of California
San Francisco, CA

Karen Musalo is Professor of Law at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, California. She has written extensively on refugee law issues, and has contributed to the evolving jurisprudence of asylum law not only through her scholarship, but also through her litigation of landmark cases. She was lead attorney in Matter of Kasinga (fear of female genital mutilation as a basis for asylum), and was the attorney in Matter of R-A-, and Matter of L-R-, two cases that established the principle that women fleeing domestic violence may qualify for refugee protection. Professor Musalo is recognized for her innovative work on refugee issues. She was the first attorney to partner with psychologists in her representation of traumatized asylum seekers, and she edited the first handbook for practitioners on cross-cultural issues and the impact of culture on credibility in the asylum context. Her current work examines the linkage between human rights violations and migration, with a focus on violence against women and children in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras and its relation to requests for refugee protection from these countries. She is the founding director of the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies, which is internationally known for its research and legal advocacy and for its program of expert consultation to attorneys around the world. Professor Musalo has received numerous national awards in recognition of her work on behalf of refugees.

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Powell

Kimahli Powell

Executive Director
Rainbow Railroad
Toronto, ON

Kimahli has a wide range of experience in the non-profit sector and has spent more than fifteen years advocating for social justice, youth, arts and culture. He was the Director of Development and Outreach at the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, the Senior Development Officer at Dignitias International, Director of Development at the Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film and Video Festival in addition to holding other director-level positions with non- profit organizations in Toronto and the National Capital Region.

Among Kimahli’s achievements in advocacy and social rights, he most recently helped launch the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network’s legal challenge to Jamaica’s anti-sodomy law, led public outreach initiatives including the Human Rights Networking Zone at multiple international AIDS conferences and guided the Legal Network through a monitoring and evaluation framework on legal advocacy.

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Maya Prabhu M.D., LL.B

Assistant Professor
Yale School of Medicine
New Haven, CT

Maya Prabhu, M.D., LL.B., is Assistant Professor at Yale School of Medicine. She is faculty with the Law and Psychiatry Division at Yale School of Medicine. Her research and clinical areas of interest include forensic psychiatry, refugee health and issues at the nexus of health and international law.

Dr. Prabhu obtained her medical degree from Dalhousie Medical School in Halifax, Nova Scotia and completed residency training in adult psychiatry and a fellowship in forensic psychiatry at Yale. Between medical school and residency, she graduated from the McGill Faculty of Law in Montreal, Canada.  She was a lawyer with Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York and the United Nations Independent Inquiry Committee into the Iraq Oil-for-Food program.

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Stoklosa

Hanni Stoklosa MD, MPH

Instructor in Emergency Medicine
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Boston, MA

Hanni Stoklosa, MD, MPH, is the Executive Director of HEAL Trafficking, an emergency physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital with appointments at Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. Dr. Stoklosa is an internationally-recognized expert, advocate, researcher, and speaker on the wellbeing of trafficking survivors in the U.S. and internationally through a public health lens. She has advised the United Nations, International Organization for Migration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Labor, and the National Academy of Medicine on issues of human trafficking and testified as an expert witness multiple times before the U.S. Congress. Moreover, she has conducted research on trafficking and persons facing the most significant social, economic, and health challenges in a diversity of settings including Australia, China, Egypt, Guatemala, India, Liberia, Nepal, Kazakhstan, the Philippines, South Sudan, Taiwan, and Thailand. Among other accolades, Dr. Stoklosa has most recently been honored with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Women’s Health Emerging Leader award and the Harvard Medical School Dean’s Faculty Community Service award for her tireless efforts to advance the public health response to trafficking. Her anti-trafficking work has been featured by the New York Times, National Public Radio, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, STAT News, and Marketplace. Dr. Stoklosa published the first textbook addressing the public health response to trafficking, “Human Trafficking Is a Public Health Issue, A Paradigm Expansion in the United States.”

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Janine Young, MD, FAAP

Medical Director, Denver Health Refugee Clinic
Medical Advisor, Colorado Refugee Services Program
Associate Professor, Dept of General Pediatrics
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Denver Health and Hospitals
Lowry Family Health Center
Toronto, ON

Dr. Janine Young is a general pediatrician at Denver Health and Hospitals and an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Department of General Pediatrics.
She was an undergraduate at Columbia University, received her medical training at Harvard Medical School, and pediatric residency training at the Boston Combined Program and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland.

Her career focus has been in providing care for new immigrants and refugees and has presented talks nationally regarding the development of standard of care medical screening guidelines for these populations, including the diagnosis and management of FGC in children. She is the lead author of the American Academy of Pediatrics Immigrant and Refugee Toolkit screening guidelines and has consulted for the Office of Refugee Resettlement on medical screening of unaccompanied children.

Currently, she is the Medical Director of the Denver Health Refugee Clinic and serves as the Medical Advisor for the State of Colorado’s Refugee Services Program. She is funded through the State of Minnesota’s CDC grant working to develop a Refugee Centers of Excellence. In this role, she works on hepatitis B as part of a QI Consortium, is the lead author of the pending Pediatric Guidelines for Newly Arriving Refugees and a contributor to the CDC’s population-specific refugee health screening guidelines.

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