Advancing the Vaccine Law Dialogue

Pre-conference: September 13 Washington, D.C.



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Dr. Daniel Ali, PhD

Dr Daniel Ali, PhD Assistant Scientist, Johns Hopkins University Bio: Dr. Daniel Ali is an Assistant Scientist at the International Vaccine Access Center within the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Ali holds a PhD in Public Health from Walden University in the USA, a Master of

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Sara Meyer, MD, MPH,

Sara Meyer, MD, MPH Chief Medical Officer, CDC Immunization Services Division Bio: Dr. Sarah Meyer has worked as a medical officer in the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases at CDC since 2011. She has worked both domestically and globally on bacterial vaccine-preventable disease surveillance, evaluation, and policy. She currently works in the Center’s

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Ripley Ballou

Ripley Ballou ADVANCE Senior Scientific Advisor and Project Lead, HIV bnAbs Bio: W. Ripley (“Rip”) Ballou, M.D., is senior scientific advisor to ADVANCE and also leads IAVI’s work on developing broadly neutralizing antibodies for HIV prevention. Ballou previously was Vice President and Head at GSK Global Vaccines U.S. R&D Center in Rockville, Maryland. Prior to

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Jacqueline Fox, JD, LLM

Jacqueline Fox, JD, LLM Professor, School of Law, University of South Carolina Bio: Jacqueline Fox teaches Health Care Law and Policy, Public Health Law, Bioethics, and Torts. She has published numerous articles on health law, health care financing and regulation, and health care reform in publications including the University of Cincinnati Law Review, Buffalo Law Review, Seton

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CDR Valerie Marshall, MPH, PMP, GWCPM

CDR Valerie Marshall, MPH, PMP, GWCPM Senior Public Health Advisor, National Vaccine Program (NVP), Office of Infectious Disease Policy & HIV/AIDS Policy, Office of the Assistant Secretary Bio: Valerie Marshall is the Deputy Director of the National Vaccine Program in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health in the Office of Infectious Disease and

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