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Masters of Public Health, Yale University
B.A., Anthropology, Yale University
State violence, prison abolition, sex work, migration, queer theory, critical race theory, health social movements, and HIV
Holmes, Berlin, Fernandez, and Garcia. "Health Systems as places of sanctuary." BMJ (2018): k2178.
Fernandez, Fabian. "Funding Affected Populations in Cuba’s Campaign against HIV/AIDS." Hot Spots, Cultural Anthropology website, March 23, 2017. https://culanth.org/fieldsights/1079-funding-affected-populations-in-cub...
Fernandez, Fabian. Hands Up: A Systematized Review of Policing Sex Workers in the US. Diss. Yale University, 2016.
Yale Global Health Justice Partnership (2015), Public Health Research Fellow
Levi-Strauss Foundation Fellowship (2015)
Yale Global Health Scholar (2013-2015), Undergraduate Fellow
Solomon Research Fellowship in LGBT Studies (2014)
The @latimes article "Opinion: California has the most polluted national parks in the country. That’s unacceptable"… https://t.co/fSTzWvkUKA
RT @ucanr: Sudden Oak Death: "If an infected oak is near your house, you want to take it out because if it burns in a fire it will spread t…
Scientists have found thousands of examples of same-sex sexual behavior throughout evolutionary history. New resear… https://t.co/y13LhogYli
Wayne Getz, emeritus professor of wildlife ecology, co-authored a recent study with Gili Greenbaum from @Stanford o… https://t.co/U7Zyx4g4wS
CE Specialist Van Butsic recently spoke about the possibility of rebuilding homes in fire zones in an article for… https://t.co/cjFGJGFg5A