Robert Hogg

Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences

University Professor

 

Education

  • MA Anthropology, University of Victoria
  • Ph.D Demography, Australian National University

Biography

Robert Hogg has established a national and international reputation in population health research with emphasis on HIV/AIDS, antiretroviral therapy, and marginalized populations. He has published extensively and received previous support from the National Health Research Development Program (1995 to 2000), Canadian Institutes of Health (2001 to 2002), and Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (2001 to 2006). At the University of British Columbia he held the Michael O’Shaughnessy Chair in Population Health. He currently is an adjunct Professor in the Department of International Health and Cross-Cultural Medicine at the University of California, San Diego and the Director of the HIV/AIDS Drug Treatment Program at the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS.

Research Interests

  • The health status of persons with HIV/AIDS
  • Current treatment and management practices for persons with HIV/AIDS
  • The health status of marginalized populations
  • The health status of indigenous peoples

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Funding