Assistant Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine
Matthew Bonds has a PhD in economics and a PhD in ecology from the University of Georgia. He joined the Harvard Medical School faculty after a postdoctoral fellowship in sustainable development under the mentorship of Jeffrey Sachs at the Earth Institute at Columbia University. While developing formal theoretical frameworks, Dr. Bonds works with Partners In Health, along with government bodies in Rwanda, to measure the socioeconomic and health impacts of their health system.
Amalie Moses Kass Professor of the History of Medicine in the Department of Social Medicine (In the Faculty of Medicine)
Allan M. Brandt is the Amalie Moses Kass Professor of the History of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He holds a joint appointment in the Department of the History of Science in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University.
Frances Glessner Lee Professor of Legal Medicine, Emeritus
Dan Brock is the Frances Glessner Lee Professor of Medical Ethics in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine. He served as director of the Division of Medical Ethics at the Harvard Medical School and director of the Harvard University Program in Ethics and Health from 2004 to 2012. Prior to his arrival at Harvard, Professor Brock was senior scientist and a member of the Department of Clinical Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health. Until July 2002, he was Charles C. Tillinghast, Jr.
Assistant Professor of Medicine; Assistant Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine; Co-chair Lancet Commission Reframing NCDs and Injuries for the Poorest Billion
Gene Bukhman, MD, PhD is a cardiologist and medical anthropologist who heads the Program on Global Noncommunicable Disease (NCDs) and Social Change at Harvard Medical School. He is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Global Health and Social Medicine. He is also the Senior Health and Policy Advisor on NCDs at Partners In Health (PIH) where he directs the NCD Synergies project. He is an attending cardiologist in the Cardiovascular Division and the Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Women's Hospital
Senior Lecturer on Global Health and Social Medicine
Dr. Cassell is vice president for TB Drug Development at the Infectious Disease Research Institute in Seattle, Washington, professor emeritus and former chair, Department of Microbiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, and former vice president for scientific affairs and distinguished Lilly research scholar for infectious diseases at Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis, Indiana. She founded the Forum on Drug Discovery, Development and Translation, which she continues to co-chair, at the Institute of Medicine.
Subhash received his medical degree from Pakistan, and his Master's in Public Health (Infectious Diseases) and doctorate in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control from Johns Hopkins University. He is also a member of the charter class Certified in Public Health (CPH) by the National Board of Public Health Examiners, USA.
Matthew Coates joined the Program in Global Noncommunicable Disease and Social Change as an Associate in 2016. As a member of the program, he has supported the work of the Lancet Commission on Reframing Noncommunicable Diseases and Injuries for the Poorest Billion (Lancet NCDI Poverty Commission).
Scott Corlew’s focus is on surgical development and the economic value of surgical services in the developing world. He is a plastic surgeon, and previously practiced primary care in the National Health Service Corps and practiced general surgery prior to plastic surgery training. He served as Chief Medical Officer of Resurge International where he worked to develop surgical capacity and delivery in South Asia, Central and South America, and sub-Saharan Africa. He has degrees from Vanderbilt (BA), Emory (MD), and Harvard School of Public Health (MPH).