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Mohammed Ali, MD, MSc, MBA
- William H. Foege Professor of Global Health, Epidemiology, and Family and Preventive Medicine
- Co-Director, Emory Global Diabetes Research Center, Woodruff Health Sciences Center
- Vice Chair (Research), Department of Family and Preventive Medicine
- Co-Lead, Design and Evaluation for Equity Core, Georgia Center for Diabetes Translation Research
Mohammed K. Ali is a product of 4 continents. He obtained his medical degree in Cape Town, and subsequently studied at the University of Oxford obtaining master’s training in cardiovascular medicine and a degree in global public health. He also completed his MBA and family medicine board certification at Emory.
Since 2008, he has built a portfolio focused on cardiometabolic health (diabetes, obesity, and other related conditions), health care and preventive services, and translation and implementation science. He has served as a scientific consultant/advisor for the CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation since 2010. He has also led or contributed to reports for the World Health Organization, World Bank, and the National Academy of Medicine.
About the New Frontiers Webinar Series
As a part of the New Frontiers webinar series, leaders in the field will provide the latest perspectives on public health opportunities to inform the prevention of diabetes and malnutrition (including obesity and undernutrition).
The series will encompass a range of topics, including socioeconomic factors affecting nutritional status and diabetes risk across the lifespan; novel interventions across health and non-health care settings; and emerging areas in policy approaches to address these challenges.