- Junior Lecturer
Dr. Anita Nudelman is an Applied Medical Anthropologist who lectures in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, and most recently with MSIH coordinating and teaching the second year Global Health course – Global Health in Specific Contexts. She has worked for many years with immigrants in Israel. As a consultant for international organizations such as UNAIDS and ActionAid, she has led participatory community-based Rapid Assessment Processes on culture and gender barriers to maternal and HIV health services, mostly in Africa. She participated in a network on “Femicide across Europe” (COST Action IS 1206), focusing on migrant victims of GBV and femicide survivors. She is Chair of the Commission on Anthropology of Pandemics of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Studies (IUAES).
- Gender issues, comprehensive sexual health and HIV prevention – focusing on adolescents and young people
- Preparing health and educational professionals to work in different socio-ecological and cultural contexts
- Global Health
Education and Training
- M.A., Anthropological Sciences, Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences, National University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Ph.D., Health Education. Eotvos Lorand University, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Budapest, Hungary