Gulnaz Khan is an editor at National Geographic covering travel and culture. She’s reported on dark tourism, the effects of climate change on public health, and how globalization is affecting indigenous communities in the Arctic.
Prior to joining National Geographic, Khan was part of a team documenting violence against girls and women with disabilities for Human Rights Watch, oversaw several studies on the neuroscience of social understanding funded by the NIH, and conducted behavioral psychiatry research for the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
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