Humzah Khan is a research associate for the Global Health Policy Center at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), where he supports the health security portfolio. Humzah joined CSIS as an intern with the Middle East Program. Prior to joining CSIS, Humzah designed a course on pre-hospital triage for a Jordanian nongovernmental organization and conducted research projects in Karachi, Pakistan, on human migration and in Mérida, Mexico, on Chagas Disease. He is fluent in Urdu and has advanced proficiency in Arabic and Persian. Humzah holds a BS in public health and Middle Eastern studies from Tulane University.
All content by Humzah Khan
War amid a Pandemic: The Public Health Consequences of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
Critical Questions by Michaela Simoneau and Humzah Khan — April 22, 2022
Newsletter by Humzah Khan — April 27, 2021
Chopped Liver is No Free Lunch
Newsletter by Humzah Khan — March 25, 2021