Dalia Brahmi, MD, MPH
Dr. Brahmi is a family physician and global reproductive health specialist. At the World Health Organization, she reviewed scientific evidence on abortion and contraception that contributed to the CDC's Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use and the WHO’s Safe Abortion Guidance. Dr. Brahmi has experience incorporating comprehensive reproductive health services into primary health clinics, and has trained clinicians in Latin America, Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia. As the associate medical director of Ipas, Dr. Brahmi worked to reduce maternal mortality from unsafe abortion. She currently travels internationally with NGOs providing technical assistance in reproductive health and trains residents and students locally at Planned Parenthood South Atlantic. Dr. Brahmi is active in advocacy and education efforts with Physicians for Reproductive Health, Reproductive Health Access Project and the N.C. Academy of Family Physicians.
Faculty Development Fellowship, Family and Social Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, 2008
Fellowship, Family Planning, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 2007
MPH, Population and Family Health, Columbia University, 2007
MD, Medicine, Indiana University, 2002
BA, Chemistry and Near Eastern Languages and Culture, Indiana University, 1996