Adam Ismail Eldahan, MPH, was Project Coordinator for the Yale School of Public Health ESTEEM Program in New York City. In this role, he coordinated ESTEEM's cognitive behavioral treatment study for young adult gay and bisexual men with major depressive, anxiety, and/or substance use disorders.
Mr. Eldahan's previous research includes assisting on the development on an intervention for health care providers to increase their awareness about HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and promote equitable access to PrEP for marginalized groups. He has also conducted research on HIV risk among men who have sex with men (MSM) in small urban areas, focusing particularly on issues related to geographic mobility, stigma, and sexual- and social-networking technologies.
Mr. Eldahan earned his MPH (2014) in Social & Behavioral Sciences with a concentration in Global Health from the Yale School of Public Health as a Dean's Scholar and holds a Bachelor's degree (2009) in Science in Society and Molecular Biology & Biochemistry from Wesleyan University. He is also Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, having worked as a rural health outreach worker in Khmis-Takate, Morocco from 2010-2012.
He is currently pursuing his Doctorate of Nursing Practice at Columbia University School of Nursing.
Education & Training
- MPHYale School of Public Health (2014)
- BSWesleyan University (2009)