Dr. Lecca is an international expert on global health. He earned his MD from Cayetano Heredia Peruvian University, where also holds his MSc in Epidemiology and Health Management. Last year, he participated in the Global Health Intensive Program at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Assistant Professor of Medicine; Assistant Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine
Dr. Lu studied international relations (BA) and political science (MA) at Fudan University in Shanghai, China, and sociology (MA) and applied statistics (MS) at Syracuse University, where she also received her PhD in economics. She received postdoctoral training on health care policy analysis at the Harvard Medical School’s Department of Health Care Policy, and joined the School’s Department of Global Health and Social Medicine in 2008 after three-years of research work at the Harvard Institute for Global Health.
I am an epidemiologist and physician trained in internal medicine and pediatrics who conducts implementation science research on strategies to improve the delivery of evidence-based healthcare interventions in settings of extreme poverty. The focus of my research is in rural Nepal with a non-profit healthcare company I co-founded, Possible. Over the last seven years, Possible has delivered care to over 500,000 patients through a public-private partnership with the Nepali government.
Steven C. and Carmella R. Kletjian Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine in the field of Global Surgery, Professor of Surgery
John G. Meara is the director of the Program in Global Surgery and Social Change in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School and is chairman of the executive committee of the Harvard Plastic Surgery Training Program. Dr. Meara serves as the chief of the Department of Plastic & Oral Surgery at Boston Children's Hospital.
Principal Associate in Global Health and Social Medicine
Dr. Miller earned her MPH from Boston University and holds a PhD in epidemiology from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. As part of the Global Health Research Core, Dr. Miller is the lead epidemiologist and analyst for research projects in Madagascar, Malawi, Rwanda, Tomsk, Russian Federation, and Peru. She is the co-founder and co-chair of the Global Health Delivery Partnership’s Working Group on Early Child Development. Dr. Miller co-developed a course with Dr.
Christine Mitchell, MS, MTS, is associate director of clinical ethics in the Division of Medical Ethics. She developed and runs an annual Harvard bioethics course, leads the monthly Harvard Ethics Consortium, teaches in the ethics fellowship program, and organized and co-chairs with Bob Truog the Ethics Leadership Council for the Harvard teaching hospitals and health care facilities. Her current research, with Judy Johnson and Bob Truog, is focused on evaluation of ethics consultation at Harvard hospitals (TEECH).