Mitigating the threat of public health emergencies globally by building the evidence base for informed decision-making and sustainable capacity development.


Recent publications

Anderson M, Ljungqvist G, Saint V. Socio-economic Inequalities Drive Antimicrobial Resistance Risks. Here’s How – and How to Curb It. World Economic Forum. May 15, 2024.

Anderson M, Ljungqvist G, van Kessel R, Saint V, Mossialos E. Research Brief: The Socioeconomic Drivers and Impacts of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR): Implications for Policy and Research. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. May 14, 2024.

Carlin EP, Sorrell EM, Davis MF, Standley CJ. Course Correcting the U.S. Response to Bird Flu. Think Global Health. May 13, 2024.

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News and events

Inspiring Graduate Students

Congratulations to Matthew Boyce on being named one of the three Inspiring Graduate Students of Georgetown University’s Class of 2024!

Pre-order Outbreak Atlas

Congratulations to Rebecca Katz and Mackenzie Moore on the upcoming release of Outbreak Atlas. This book provides an overview of outbreak activities alongside compelling case studies and visuals to guide readers through the complexity involved in outbreak preparedness, response, and recovery.

PHAROS is launched!

Congratulations to Colin Carlson and his team on the launch of PHAROS, the Pathogen Harmonized Observatory, a global platform for managing and sharing data on wildlife disease.

Inoculating Cities Volume 2

Newly released! This book, co-edited by Rebecca Katz and Matt Boyce, uses detailed case studies to document and describe how cities located in high-, middle-, and low-income countries around the world responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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We are a dedicated community of scientists, policy analysts, students, and experts.

Our Work

We develop evidence for action by mapping and strengthening public health systems, offering policy analysis and advice, and developing global health tools and curricula.


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