PubliC health, STDs, & HiV/AIDS
Prior to graduate school, Anjanette held positions in public health and international development, executing projects in India, Sri Lanka, the Caribbean, and Latin America. While working for HIV/AIDS Alliance International, Anjanette produced the first study highlighting the challenges faced by India's HIV/AIDS affected orphans. In addition to this international work, Anjanette has also conducted research on sexual health in urban minority communities in the United States.
Voisin, Dexter, and Chan Tack, A.M. et al. (2013) “Ethnic and Sex Differences in Sources and Preferences for HIV Prevention Information among Young Adults” AIDS Care 25(11): 1407-1410
Voisin, D., Chan Tack. A.M., and Wade, D. (2012). “Parental monitoring as a Pathway from Community Violence, Drug Use, and Risky Sex among Detained Youth” Journal of Social Service Research 38(5): 699-711
Chan Tack, A.M. (2003) “Policy Responses to Children and Widows affected by HIV/AIDS.” HIV Alliance International, India