Global Medicines Program

January 24, 2014

New Research Coordinator joins Global Medicines Program!


The Global Medicines Program welcomes Gillian Levine, MPH, to the team!

Gillian will work on projects including the Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceutical and Services program (SIAPS), and the Malaria in Pregnancy Consortium (MiPc) pharmacovigilance research projects, particularly the Assessment of the Safety of Antimalarial Drug Use During Early Pregnancy (ASAP), and will be involved in liaising with project partners, study coordination, data analysis, and writing and dissemination of results.
Gillian is already part of the UW family, and has been working with the Kenya Research Program in the Department of Global Health since 2010. In addition to her work with the Global Medicines Program, Gillian also works with the Global Health START Program and on studies of HIV and endemic co-infections in Kenya, with Judd Walson, MD, MPH. You can learn more about Gillian, as well as the other members of the Global Medicines team,