M.P.H, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
B.S., Guilford College
Mohammad Khalaf is a research associate II at the Georgia Health Policy Center. He brings experience in the design, planning, and evaluation of health reform programs and health services research, as well as liaising between stakeholders from different sectors and collaborating with various donors. His work at the GHPC focuses on chronic diseases prevention, cancer control and health equity strategic planning, community health needs assessments, and health workforce analysis.
Before joining the GHPC, Mohammad worked abroad as a program officer for a USAID-funded Palestinian Health Sector Reform and Development Project in the West Bank. Mohammad received his Master of Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Guilford College in North Carolina.