Jason M. Globerman is the Manager of Intramural Research at The Ontario HIV Treatment Network in Toronto, Canada. Jason has previously worked as a Consultant with The Centre for Research on Inner City Health at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto, The Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in New York City as well as the Ottawa Health Research Institute in Ottawa, Canada. He received a Bachelor of Science degree with highest distinction from the University of Winnipeg and a Master’s of Science in public health from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, University of London, in the UK.
Jason’s research interests include: the criminalization of HIV exposure and transmission; linking social and molecular clusters of HIV infections, microfinance as a poverty alleviation tool to improve gender equity through women’s empowerment; care, treatment and support for people living with HIV-Hepatitis C co-infection, corporate-community partnerships specifically concerning the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada; and HIV as it relates to the social determinants of health.
In addition to this, Jason is a Honourary Member of Princeton University’s Global Network on Inequality, Co-Chair of the Ontario Council for International Cooperation’s HIV and AIDS Working Group, and an Advisory Council Mentor with the Canadian International Development Agency. Jason is also a Reviewer for the Oxford University Press’ Health Education Research Journal as well as the International Journal of Prevention Practice and Research. Furthermore, Jason is a Special Advisor with the Simunye Initiative, a grassroots project created to raise awareness and funds, and elicit support for those battling HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
Jason is the author or co-author of several peer reviewed publications and has given numerous lectures and presentations at universities and national and international conferences and events throughout North America.