This training program for Chinese researchers and health professionals focusses on multi-disciplinary research methodologies, bioethics and ethical review of research.
Dr. Khoshnood has focused his work in research ethics on three areas:
a) unique challenges in research involving human subjects who are engaged in illegal and/or stigmatized behaviors,
b) ethical issues in short-term, student-led global health research projects
c) strengthening ethical review programs for U.S sponsored international research in resource-limited settings.
Global Health Research Training for Students
Downs Fellow, Jasmine Carver, travelled to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for her research.
- Alison Norris, Ashley Jackson & Kaveh Khoshnood (2012): Exploring the Ethics of Observational Research: The Case of an HIV Study in Tanzania, AJOB Primary Research, 3:4, 30-39
- Provenzano AM, Khoshnood K. Caring for Patients in Low-Resource Settings. Virtual Mentor. 2010; 12:167-170.
- Graber LK, Elansary M, Khoshnood K, and Rastegar A. Commentary: With So Much Need, Where Do I Serve? Virtual Mentor. 2010; 12:149-158.
- Mei Elansary, Lauren Graber, Audrey Provenzano, Kaveh Khoshnood, Asghar Rastegar, Michele Barry. Ethical Dilemmas in Global Clinical Electives. Journal of Global Health. In press.
- Provenzano AM, Graber LK, Elansary M, Khoshnood K, Rastegar A. Barry M. Perspective: Short-term Global Health Research Projects by US Medical students: Ethical Challenges for Partnerships. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 2010 Aug;83(2):211-4.