Faculty Charles W. Cange
E-Mail Address: email@example.com
Phone Number: 718 960-6928
Office Number: Gillet Hall, Room 422-C
Rank: Assistant Professor
Degrees & Sources of Degrees: BA, Pomona College; MSc, University of Paris VIII & the Urban Studies School of Paris; PhD, University of Washington, Postdoc, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
Dr. Cange is Assistant Professor of Public Health in the Department of Health Sciences at Lehman College, CUNY. He completed his postdoctoral fellowship in HIV/AIDS Prevention and Stigma Reduction at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. He received his Ph.D. in Global Health from the University of Washington. He was a two-time (2007, 2011) Fulbright Scholar to Kuwait. Previously, he interned at the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) Paris Office and with the US State Department at the US Embassies in Paris, France and Antananarivo, Madagascar.
Dr. Cange’s research focuses on the long-term impacts of psychotrauma on vulnerable populations. He is currently working on several articles and a book project that analyze the long-term health and policy consequences of the war on the Kuwaiti population. In particular, he exposes the economic, historical and social roots of the war, and how these factors continue to influence Kuwaiti and U.S. public policy today. In a second project, he is working on understanding and comparing trauma-informed care among refugee populations in Germany, France, Sweden and the UK.
- 2017 - Cange, C., LeBreton, M., Saylors, K., et al. Female sex workers’ empowerment strategies amid HIV-related socioeconomic vulnerabilities in Cameroon. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 1-13.
- 2016 - Cange, C. Synergistic Outcomes over the Life Course: the Gulf War’s Effects on Kuwaiti Health. Reviewer’s comments received from Medicine, Conflict and Survival.
- 2015 - Lim, S., Peitzmeier, S., Cange, C., et al. "Violence against female sex workers in Cameroon: accounts of violence, harm reduction, and potential solutions." JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 68 (2015): S241-S247.
- 2015 - Cange, C. et al. Stigma and Alienation among Cameroonian MSM, Sexual Health. Jun 2015