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Congratulations Shahmir Ali on receiving the Walter J. Lear Outstanding Student Research Award

Shahmir has been awarded the APHA LGBTQ Health Caucus Walter J. Lear Outstanding Student Research Award for your abstract entitled "Exploring disparities in lifetime sexual violence and attitudes related to sexual assault among young sexual minority South Asian americans"

Shahmir Ali is a PhD student at the NYU School of Global Public Health. His research interests center around interpersonal and community level factors involved in the lifestyle behaviors of young and second-generation Asian Americans, and how these factors can be integrated into innovative intervention designs to address non-communicable disease disparities.

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