A Strategic Approach to Global Tuberculosis

  • Monday, Jun 9, 2014
  • Beginning in May 2013, the CSIS Global Health Policy Center (GHPC) organized an active working group, comprised of leading experts on tuberculosis (TB), to examine how TB relates to U.S. national interests, the structure and effectiveness of U.S. TB programs, and the most critical challenges in addressing global TB. On June 9, CSIS will host a public event, "A Strategic Approach to Global Tuberculosis," and will release six in-depth policy analyses, accompanied by an overview report summarizing the major findings and recommendations of the working group. The event will be organized around the following three discussions:

    Roundtable: Strengthening U.S. Approaches to Global TB

    Mr. Robert Clay
    Deputy Assistant Administrator for Global Health, USAID

    Dr. Thomas Kenyon
    Director, Center for Global Health, CDC

    Ms. Julia Martin
    Deputy Global AIDS Coordinator, OGAC

    Moderated by:

    Mr. Todd Summers
    Senior Adviser, CSIS

     
    Luncheon: Strengthening the Orchestration of International Efforts

    Keynote speaker:

    Dr. Mario Raviglione
    Director, Global TB Programme, World Health Organization

    Disscussant:

    Dr. Joanne Carter
    Executive Director, RESULTS
    Vice Chair of Stop TB Partnership

    Moderated by:

    Dr. Phil Nieburg
    Senior Associate, CSIS

    Roundtable: Strengthening Long-Term R&D Partnerships

    Dr. Anthony Fauci
    Director, NIAID

    Dr. Peter Small
    Deputy Director TB Program, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

    Ambassador Eric Goosby
    University of California, San Francisco

    Moderated by:

    Dr. J. Stephen Morrison
    Senior VP and Director, Global Health Policy Center, CSIS


    Lunch will be provided.