Dr. Quan Zhang earned his Ph.D. in biomedical engineering at the Southeast University, and his Master’s Degree in psychology at the Nanjing Normal University. His area of interest is in bio-markers of stress. His current research focuses on bio-markers of ARV therapy for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Cheuk Chi (George) Tam, Ph.D
Dr. Cheuk Chi (George) Tam earned his Ph.D. and M.S. in Health Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University and a M.A. in Developmental Psychology from Beijing Normal University. He was trained as a psychologist to conduct and deliver psychosocial enhancement interventions among vulnerable population and people living with HIV/AIDS.
As a health psychologist, Dr. Tam expanded his research interests to the field of prescription drug/opioid misuse since 2015. His current research at CHQ focuses on prescription opioid misuse and its biopsychosocial factors among people living with HIV.
Oluwafemi Adeagbo, Ph.D
Dr Oluwafemi Adeagbo is an applied socio-behavioural scientist with an academic background in multiple social science disciplines (B.A [Hons] Philosophy, M.A in Migration Studies, and PhD in Sociology). He is a Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa and an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University College London, UK. Femi has an extensive research experience working collaboratively with both local and international institutions on HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment projects in rural and urban South Africa. He is interested in gender and sexualities, socio-behavioural aspect of health, research methods & ethics – with experience and expertise in global health, gender relations, LGBT/queer studies, health promotion, mHealth/telehealth interventions, HIV/AIDS prevention & treatment, implementation science, and evaluation of complex interventions. His current research at CHQ focuses on HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment interventions.
Fozia Ajmal, Ph.D
Dr. Fozia Ajmal is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of South Carolina’s Big Data Health Science Center (BDHSC) at the Arnold School of Public Health. She is a medical doctor with a doctoral degree in Health Services Policy and Management and two Masters degrees in Health and Hospital Management and Epidemiology. Her research focus includes improving care quality, chronic diseases, and health services research. She is currently working on the intersection of HIV, chronic diseases, and COVID-19 with a focus on health outcomes.