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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)
How effective is #wildlife fencing for #conservation? PhD candidate Christine Wilkinson (@ScrapNaturalist) discusse… https://t.co/LxUIgLYMsS
RT @MJMascarenhas: ‘They’re Living With It Every Day’: Environmental Injustices Leave Minorities With Pollution Anxieties https://t.co/WzGD…
Can we sequester enough #carbon in agricultural #soils to help mitigate #climatechange? In a @calclimateag post, as… https://t.co/DoXP3jKpVK
With #art, important research can be presented in novel ways. Associate professor @jonasmeckling published a study… https://t.co/A0tfMh7iO7
Congratulations to professor Jill Banfield on receiving the Harold Urey Award from the European Association of Geoc… https://t.co/Xy6H5ibge0