Researchers describe an evaluation of healthcare utilization among uninsured Latinx immigrants from Central America’s Northern Triangle, a region comprising Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala....more
Dr. Carlos Castillo-Salgado is a Professor of the Department of Epidemiology of the Bloomberg School of Public Health with joint appointments in the Department of Population, Family & Reproductive Health, Department of Health Policy and Management, and the School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University. He has pioneered the development of applied and field epidemiology training programs for public health professionals in the Americas. He has been a scientific and technical advisor for many ministries of health and intergovernmental organizations in innovative public health surveillance systems, measuring local health inequalities, advanced geospatial analysis, and socio-epidemiological risk assessments. Currently, Dr. Castillo-Salgado is the Director of the Global Public Health Observatory of the Bloomberg School of Public Health and Director of the Program in Epidemiology for Public Health Managers.