Jonatan Konfino, MD, PHd
Doctor and Health Official
BioDr. Jonatan Konfino is a medical doctor, Master in Clinical Effectiveness and PhD in Medicine at the University of Buenos Aires. He is a researcher at CEDES, one of the most important research centers in Argentina, focusing on social medicine, public health and non-communicable diseases. He has published more than 30 papers in peer reviewed journals, six book chapters and a documentary.
He is a Professorial Lecturer in Health Policy and Management at the Milken Institute of Public Health at the George Washington University and a Professor in Public Health at the Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche (UNAJ). He directs a Certificate Program on Health Equity. Jonatan is a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity (George Washington University) and currently the Secretary of Health at the Municipality of Quilmes in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Professional Interests & Expertise
OrganizationLa Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche
Learn more about Jonaton's work:
Sourcing hospital beds. Saving ives.
Impacto sanitario de la prohibición total de publicidades de tabaco en Argentina
COVID-19: SÓLO HISOPAN A MAYORES DE 60, EMBARAZADAS Y PACIENTES DE RIESGO
Vaccines Delayed are Vaccines Denied
Escuchá la entrevista a Jonatan Konfino, secretario de Salud de Quilmes
Community isolation as a strategy to mitigate an outbreak of COVID-19: the case of Villa Azul
Faros de Salud
Faros de Salud
A un año del aislamiento comunitario de Villa Azul: la organización del barrio como respuesta a la pandemia de covid-19
Protagonistas de la Pandemia #Quilmes
Projected impact of a reduction in sugar-sweetened beverage consumption on diabetes and cardiovascular disease in Argentina: A modeling study
Coronavirus y el código postal
Update of The Cardiovascular Disease Policy Model to Predict Cardiovascular Events in Argentina