The DOLF project is pleased to announce that Joshua Bogus has joined our team as Global Health Project Manager for Operations.
Joshua brings a strong academic background and highly relevant work experience to the project.
He holds a Bachelor of International Relations degree from Stanford University and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Michigan. He also has extensive experience managing global health intervention and research projects; during three years at Population Services International in Washington, Joshua was responsible for cost estimates, financial proposals, and financial reporting for international projects on HIV, malaria, and family planning. His international experiences include work with developmental and governmental organizations in Rwanda, Cambodia, and Ghana. For example, he worked with the National Ambulance Service (NAS) of Ghana to evaluate the public’s access to emergency care in Accra. More recently, Joshua participated in research at the University of Michigan on the cost effectiveness of newborn screening for genetic metabolic disorders. While he has broad interests, Joshua is particularly interested the topic of economic evaluation of global health programs.
Joshua’s main role in the DOLF project will be to manage field research projects. This will require close communication with endemic country scientists and health officials. He will participate in field studies and data analysis, and he will also serve as a key link between DOLF and other NTD programs and research projects. Please feel free to contact Joshua at firstname.lastname@example.org (Tel +1 314 747 5758).
Best regards from St. Louis,
Peter Fischer and Gary Weil
Washington University School of Medicine