Max Rady College of Medicine
Department of Community Health Sciences
Room P001A- 771 McDermot Avenue
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 0T6
Dr. Souradet Shaw’s main areas of interest are infectious conditions, such as sexually transmitted and bloodborne infections (STBBIs); vulnerable and marginalized populations; and the impact of context on risk and vulnerability to STBBIs.
He has a strong interest in public health programs and surveillance, and quantitative methodology and epidemiology.
He has been involved in collaborative research projects in India, Pakistan, Kenya and Canada with populations such as sex workers, people who inject drugs and people living with HIV.
sexually transmitted and bloodborne infections
global public health
public health surveillance
vulnerable and marginalized populations
Institute for Global Public Health, University of Manitoba
Dr. Souradet Shaw is an assistant professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba.
He is a public health scientist and social epidemiologist, and is the Canada Research Chair in Program Science and Global Public Health (Tier II), located at the Institute for Global Public Health in the University of Manitoba.
He has been an epidemiologist with the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, and has guided surveillance policy and practice at the regional and provincial levels.
Doctor of Philosophy in department of community health sciences, University of Manitoba (2018)
Master of science in the department of community health sciences, University of Manitoba (2009)
Bachelor of arts in department of psychology, University of Manitoba (1997)
New Investigator Award from the Canadian Association for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Research (2015)
Research Manitoba Doctoral Graduate Student Award (2015)
Frederick Banting and Charles Best Doctoral Award from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (2011)