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Division of International Science Policy, Planning and Evaluation (DISPPE)

The Division of International Science Policy, Planning and Evaluation (DISPPE) provides strategic information and guidance to the Fogarty Director regarding the planning and evaluation of programs at the Center. The division advises Fogarty and its Director on matters of international science policy, legislation and partnerships. DISPPE tracks activities of international funding agencies and research trends in global health.

Director, Division of International Science Policy, Planning and Evaluation
Director, Center for Global Health Studies:
Nalini Anand, J.D., M.P.H.
Nalini.Anand@nih.gov

Secretary:
Susan Harrison, B.A.
Susan.Harrison@nih.gov

Deputy Director, Division of International Science Policy, Planning and Evaluation:
Rachel Sturke, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.I.A.
Rachel.Sturke@nih.gov

Bioethicist:
Joseph Millum, Ph.D.
Joseph.Millum@nih.gov

Senior Scientist, Center for Global Health Studies:
Linda Kupfer, Ph.D.
Linda.Kupfer@nih.gov

Scientific Program Analyst, Center for Global Health Studies:
James Alaro, M.S., Ph.D. (Contractor)
James.Alaro@nih.gov

Project Coordinator, Center for Global Health Studies:
Melissa Harris
melissa.harris3@nih.gov

Science Policy Analyst:
Lydia Kline, M.P.H., M.S. (Contractor)
Lydia.Kline@nih.gov

Science Policy Analyst:
Christine Harmston, M.H.Sc. (Contractor)
Christine.Harmston@nih.gov

Scientific Program Analyst:
Celia Wolfman, M.S.P.P.M. (Contractor)
Celia.Wolfman@nih.gov

Investigator Emeritus:
Richard Krause, M.D.
Richard.Krause@nih.gov

Secretary:
Mantra Singh, B.S.
Mantra.Singh@nih.gov

Related Resources


Fogarty International Center's Strategic Plan

Fogarty's Strategic Plan will advance the global health research agenda by building on past and current Fogarty investments and successes in a way that responds to the changed landscape in global health.

Disease Control Priorities Project

The Disease Control Priorities Project (DCPP) is an ongoing effort to assess disease control priorities and produce evidence-based analysis and resource materials to inform health policymaking in developing countries.

Evaluation of Fogarty Programs

The division designs, structures and implements program assessments across Fogarty. DISPPE has developed a Framework for Evaluation, and has completed evaluations of a variety of Fogarty programs. For more information please contact Division Deputy Director Dr. Rachel Sturke at Rachel.Sturke@nih.gov.

Recent Fogarty program and division reviews and evaluations:

International Bioethics

Fogarty supports the development of sound international bioethics policy and global ethical review capacity. Fogarty is a co-founder and funder of the Global Forum on Bioethics in Research, which provides a unique platform for stakeholders in health research in the developing world engage in dialogue about ethical concerns. The Center also provides bioethics research training grants to help domestic and foreign institutions develop bioethics training programs related to performing research in developing countries; and a collection of Bioethics resources for researchers, committees, teachers and students. View more information from NIH Bioethics Resources.

The current edition of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) International Compilation of Human Research Standards lists over 1,000 laws, regulations and guidelines on human subject protections in over 100 countries.

Public Private Partnerships

The DISPPE plays a key role in developing Public Private Partnerships (PPP) as a means for Fogarty to accomplish its public health mission through the development of synergistic relationships with outside entities. More information about Public Private Partnerships at the NIH.

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Updated March 2014