Gregg Gonsalves
Guest Columnist
Gregg Gonsalves is an associate professor of epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health and an associate professor (adjunct) at Yale Law School. He also co-directs the Global Health Justice Partnership — a collaboration of YSPH and YLS working at the interface of public health and social justice, clinical medicine and human rights. Before coming to Yale College in 2008, he worked on HIV/AIDS both in the United States and around the world. He is a 2018 MacArthur Fellow.
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GONSALVES: On the Arrests of Yale Students in New Haven

In 1985, I was part of a group of hundreds of students at Tufts University who took over Ballou Hall, the main administration building, to […]

GONSALVES & SKOLNIK: A transformational gift for YSPH

Both of us are graduates of Yale College (BC ’72 and BK ’11). We have worked in public health in the United States and around […]

GONSALVES: Connecting the dots

During this week’s March of Resilience in New Haven, I was in sitting up on the seventh floor of the main building at the Johns […]

Gonsalves: AIDS activism saved my life

I’ve been HIV-positive since 1995. That very same year, I lost my cousin Carl to AIDS and tended to him in New York City, along […]