Paul Brodwin, PhD
Associate Professor of Anthropology
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI, USA
Paul Brodwin, Ph.D., a medical anthropologist, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Adjunct Associate Professor of Bioethics at the Medical College of Wisconsin, and Core Scientist at the Center for AIDS Intervention Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He has published three books and numerous articles in social science and medical journals. He teaches qualitative research design and research methods, including participant-observation and semi-structured interviewing. He has conducted ethnographic research about lay understandings of population genetics in the United States (funded by the NIH), ethical decision-making in community psychiatry (funded by the NSF), and use of biomedical and alternative healing resources in Haiti and among Haitian immigrants to France (funded by the Fulbright Foundation and New York Blue Cross and Blue Shield). He serves as a consultant to groups involved in the reform of public sector psychiatric services, and he participates in the Milwaukee Mental Health Task Force.