Stanford University
Center for Innovation in
Global Health  

External Contacts: Global Health

The following non-Stanford faculty members are also involved in Global Health research and service projects.

Name: Thomas Hall
Department: Epidemiology and Biostatistics, UCSF
Contact: thall@epi.ucsf.edu
Countr(ies): unspecified

Dr. Thomas Hall is interested in population studies and family planning. His departmental activities include teaching courses, advising students, and supervising international health-related work. He is a consultant to the WHO and the World Bank on human resource development projects, and has also done extensive work relating to HIV/AIDS prevention and primary health care program development. He is also the coordinator for the Bay Area International Health Interest Group (IHIG).


Name: Judith Justice
Department: Anthropology, UCSF
Contact: justice@itsa.ucsf.edu
Countr(ies): India, Uganda, Indonesia, Mexico, United States

Dr. Judith Justice is a medical anthropologist whose research interests include the sociocultural aspects of health, international and national health policy, comparative medical systems, the cultural context of infectious diseases, maternal and child health, and reproductive health. She has worked in Asia and Africa, conducting research for foundations, international, and private organizations. She is principal investigator and director of an evaluation of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's program on tuberculosis.


Name: Malcolm Potts
Department: School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
Contact: potts@socrates.berkeley.edu
Countr(ies): unspecified

Dr. Malcolm Potts areas of interest include population and family planning, including the cost and mobilization of resources for international family planning. He also works on HIV/AIDS prevention strategies and resource needs, as well as the biology of human sexual behavior.


Name: Julia Walsh
Department: School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
Contact: jawalsh@uclink4.berkeley.edu
Countr(ies): unspecified

Dr. Julia Walsh specializes in maternal and child health. She is Co-director of the Bay Area International Group (BIG), which focuses on financing health in developing countries. She is also interested in financing and providing access to familiy planning, reproductive health interventions, vaccines, and health sector reform in developing countries.

 

 

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