Farouk Dako, MD, MPH
Farouk Dako, MD, MPH is Assistant Professor of Radiology in the cardiothoracic imaging division, a senior fellow in the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics and a scholar in the Center for Global Health at the Perelman School of Medicine. His research focuses on population and global health, specifically the role radiology can play in advancing health equity. He is also the Director for RAD-AID International Nigeria Program. He is interested in the utilization of big data to improve health outcomes of traditionally underserved populations. Dr. Dako attended medical school at St. George’s University. He obtained a Master of Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He completed a surgical internship at the Mayo Clinic and diagnostic radiology residency at Temple University. He then completed fellowships in cardiothoracic radiology and imaging informatics at the University of Maryland.