Shahjehan Khan, M.A.

Research Associate
Shahjehan Khan, M.A., is a research associate at Advocates for Human Potential’s (AHP’s) Center for Research and Evaluation (R&E), where he coordinates and conducts activities related to R&E projects in health and human services. He manages various phases of research implementation plans, including creating efficient data management systems, assists with projects and proposal writing, maintains effective contact with clients, performs literature reviews, designs and prepares reports and presentations, and conducts quantitative and qualitative analyses. He is also a general liaison between program and office staff. Mr. Khan’s research experience is comprised of a broad spectrum of subjects, ranging from substance use disorders to memory and learning. As an undergraduate, he assisted with narrative-based qualitative research on undocumented Honduran migrants and quantitative study designs and implementation related to fair trade and retrieval practice memory in piano playing. His graduate work led him to help several communities in Massachusetts aggregate their opiate-overdose data to assist with the initial implementation of Narcan among law enforcement in the state. Mr. Khan received his M.A. in community social psychology from The University of Massachusetts, Lowell.







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