Rodrigo Bazua

Rodrigo Bazua

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Rodrigo Bazua
Rodrigo is a Mexican primary-care physician committed to social justice and the right to high-quality healthcare for all. He has worked in remote rural clinics with Campañeros en Salud, the Mexican sister organization of Partners in Health, first providing primary care and then as Community Programs Coordinator. During the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rodrigo worked with the UNHCR, providing care to asylum seekers and refugees, and supporting the design and implementation of UNHCR's response in the Southern Mexican border. Currently, Rodrigo is pursuing a Doctorate in Public Health at Harvard's School of Public Health. He was awarded the Gustavo Baz Award to Social Service in 2016 by the National Autonomous University of Mexico, and the Excellence in Health and Nutrition Scholarship 2011-2016 by the "Carlos Slim" Institute of Health. He was a New Voices Fellow 2018 with the Aspen Institute and a Global Health Fellow 2017-2019 with the HEAL Initiative.