We're participating in the WALK for ALS this year, joining a passionate community to challenge this devastating disease.ALS is a terminal disease that takes away people’s ability to walk, talk, and eventually breathe.He has directed projects on competition, pricing, financing, privatization, and industrial development for many utilities and other infrastructure businesses in the US and more than 20 other countries.
at that point, it became clear to me that I wanted to work within this complexity.
If you could write a newspaper headline about your research, what would it say?
Moreover, I have done a few arts based research projects – like animated shorts on street culture; a film documentary on Guatemalan street youth and comic book narration from our latest study on street exiting – these art products really inspire me – they are made by participants in our studies and exemplify their creativity, imagination, and hope.
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Name: Jeff Karabanow Title(s): Professor Degrees: BA, MA Sociology, Ph D Social Work FHP School: Social Work Years employed at Dal: 17 When and how did you decide that health research would be your career?
When I was in my early twenties – working in Toronto, Montreal and India with youth on the streets, I began to see/understand the deep relationship between health outcomes and social determinants of health such as housing, employment, poverty, food security, (dis)ability, race, etc…
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Jeff Werber has dedicated his life to the care and protection of animals.
Beyond the US, he has assisted regulated industries, governments, and the World Bank with regulatory laws, proposed financing plans, and the pre-privatization restructuring of regulated businesses. Makholm has provided expert testimony and reports on over 150 occasions for electricity companies, gas distributors, gas and oil pipeline companies, or regulatory bodies involved in administrative, civil, and international arbitration cases concerning competition and market power, tariff design, financing, and cost of capital.