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We lead the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) project known as Health for Life (H4L).
Jennae Bulat, PhD, has a strong commitment to learning across all populations, particularly among at-risk populations such as girls and children with special needs. She is experienced in managing and designing projects of all sizes and in...
Building the research base to protect vulnerable populations
Worldwide, 59 percent of deaths from breast cancer and 50 percent of breast cancer cases occur in low to middle-income countries. India bears 7 percent of the global burden of breast cancer cases.
Victoria A. Albright is an expert in opioid research and a survey research scientist with more than 30 years of experience in major social science research.
An effective solution for reducing risky behaviors designed specifically for men, women, and couples
Establishing a shared commitment through public-private partnerships in Guatemala, Nicaragua, and El Salvador
Amanda A. Honeycutt is director of RTI’s Public Health Economics Program and conducts research to analyze the net value of public health interventions. Dr. Honeycutt applies economic and disease modeling approaches to analyze cost of illness,...
Investigating the quality and validity of a promising intervention
An evidence-based framework to inform effective technology development to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality rates in developing countries
An open-source application for sharing patient information to reduce referral delays in perinatal emergencies
Laura Nyblade is an expert on stigma and discrimination in the context of public health. As a senior technical advisor for RTI’s Global Health Division, she leads several initiatives aimed at measuring and reducing stigma, especially surrounding...