Prof. Devi Sridhar
Devi Sridhar is Professor of Global Public Health at the University of Edinburgh.
Her work focuses on the three core areas of research within the Global Health Governance Programme: improving the effectiveness of international health organizations; tracking financing to global public health and developing better tools for priority-setting. She collaborats closely with Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Health and Finance of low and middle income countries, as well as policy makers in international institutions. In 2017, together with Chelsea Clinton, she published the book "Governing Global Health: Who Runs the World and Why?"
She is a Visiting Fellow in June and July 2019 upon invitation from Prof. Dr. Eva Rehfuess and Prof. Dr. Matthias Siebeck in the context of the CAS Research Focus "Global Health". On 2 July, she will give a lecture on "How to Manage Global Health and Are We Getting Better at It?".