Bohdan Nosyk

Associate Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences

St. Paul's Hospital CANFAR Chair in HIV/AIDS Research



  • BA(h)- Economics
  • University of Winnipeg
  • MA - Economics
  • University of British Columbia
  • PhD - Public Health
  • University of British Columbia
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship University of California, Los Angeles


Dr. Nosyk was appointed as Associate Professor and Endowed Chair, Economics of HIV/AIDS at the Faculty of Health Sciences in February 2013. Dr. Nosyk holds a Master’s degree in Economics and a doctorate in public health, with a concentration in health economics, both from the University of British Columbia.  He previously served as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Los Angeles and remains a Research Scientist at the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS and Adjunct Scientist at the UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs.  He currently holds a Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Scholar Award.

Research Interests

Dr. Nosyk’s research has focused broadly on health economic evaluation and statistical and mathematical modeling in substance abuse and HIV/AIDS.  Among the research projects he currently leads are population-level evaluations of substance abuse and HIV/AIDS treatment systems in British Columbia, Canada and California, USA.  Dr. Nosyk’s specific interests include the application of econometric and biostatistical methods in the analysis of health administrative databases; mathematical simulation modeling; health policy in illicit drug dependence and treatment; and the treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis.

Teaching Interests

Dr. Nosyk’s teaching interests are in the areas of health economic evaluation and health services research, specifically focusing on the development of analytic skills in these domains in a broad spectrum of applications.

Publications and Activities

View Dr. Bohdan Nosyk's publications here.