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Eugene P. Brantly

Director for International Programs, Water and Ecosystems Management

Gene Brantly is a senior environmental scientist with 35 years' experience in environmental management programs for the U.S. Agency for International Development, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), World Bank, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Mr. Brantly has worked in Latin America, Africa, Asia, and the U.S. on water resources management, water and sanitation, malaria prevention, disease vector control, environmental monitoring, comparative risk assessment, toxic substance control, environmental impact assessment, disease surveillance, and quality assurance for environmental monitoring. He currently directs RTI’s international practice in water resources management, developing and applying models to assess water availability, water security, and the potential impacts of changes in population, land use, and climate on water supply, demand, and quality. This practice has developed IDB’s Hydro-BID water resource modeling platform, which was highlighted the Bank's 2013 Sustainability Report.

Mr. Brantly served previously as director for RTI's technical assistance program in malaria control, including projects in Indoor Residual Spraying and Integrated Vector Management, which emphasized modification and treatment of suface water bodies in which mosquito larvae develop.


  • JD, George Washington University
  • MS, Biology, University of Rochester
  • BS, Zoology, North Carolina State University

Latest Publications

Shililu, J., Ghebremeskel, T., Seulu, F., Mengistu, S., Fekadu, H., Zerom, M., Ghebregziabiher, A., Sintasath, D., Bretas, G., Mbogo, C., Githure, J., Brantly, E., et al. (2003). Larval Habitat Diversity and Ecology of Anopheline Larvae in Eritrea. Journal of Medical Entomology, 40 (6):921-929.
Shililu, J.I., Tewolde, G.M., Brantly, E., Githure, J.I., Mbogo, C.M., Beier, J.C., et al. (2003). Efficacy of Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis, Bacillus sphaericus and temephos for managing Anopheles larvae in Eritrea. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 19 (3):251-258.
Brantly Jr, E.P. (1998). Enviromental Changes and Health Effects from Water Resource Development in the Senegal River Basin. In World Resources 1998-99 . Washington, DC: World Resources Institute.
Brantly, E.P., & Ramsey, K.E. (1998). Regional profile: Damming the Senegal River. In World Resources 1998-99: A Guide to the Global Environment, Environmental Change and Human Health . Washington, DC: World Resources Institute.
Brantly, E.P. (1991). Superfund cost recovery: May the government recover all costs incurred under responsible contracts?. George Washington Law Review, 59 (4):968-999.
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  • Integrated Water Resources Management
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Environmental Health
  • Malaria Prevention and Vector Control