Jordan Sang

Dr. Jordan Sang is currently a postdoctoral research follow at the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS (BCCfE) working on the Momentum Health Study. He has a strong background in public health and behavioural research, with a focus on social and structural factors associated with health inequities for sexual and gender minorities.

His current research will link administrative and community-based behavioural data to examine substance use-related health outcomes between gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (GBM) and the general male population in Metro Vancouver. He will also examine psychosocial, structural and behavioural factors associated with substance use-related disorders, hospitalizations and mortality among GBM in Metro Vancouver.

Jordan received a Bachelor’s degree from Simon Fraser University before embarking on a Master’s of Public Health degree and Post-Master’s Advanced Certificate in LGBT Health, Education and Social Services from New York University. He then moved to the University of Pittsburgh to complete his PhD in Behavioural and Community Health Sciences as well as additional certificates in LGBT Health and Wellness as well as Teaching Fundamentals. In 2021, he was also awarded a CTN CIHR Canadian HIV Trial Network Postdoctoral Fellowship Award.

For an up-to-date list of publications by Jordan, please see ORCiD.