NEEMA Grantees and Contacts

CDC Point of Contact

Michelle Van Handel, Program and Performance Improvement Office (PPIO)

CDC NEEMA Workgroup
  • NCHHSTP: Jonathan Mermin, Maria Aslam, Tamika Hoyte, Michelle Van Handel
  • Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention: David Purcell, Cynthia Lyles, Paul Farnham, Karen Hoover, Kevin Delaney
  • Division of Viral Hepatitis: Liesl Hagan, Aaron Harris, Blythe Ryerson
  • Division of Adolescent and School Health: Lisa Barrios, Richard Dunville, Li Yan Wang
  • Division of Tuberculosis Elimination: Andrew Hill, Suzanne Marks
  • Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention: Kyle Bernstein, Ian Spicknall, Andres Berruti, Tom Gift

Coalition for Applied Modeling for Prevention (CAMP)external icon

Principal Investigator: Eli Rosenberg (Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University at Albany, State University of New York)

CAMP comprises epidemiologists, economic and infectious disease modelers, clinicians, and economists located at University at Albany, Emory University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Washington, Georgia State University, and University of California – San Diego. CAMP’s work is informed and enhanced by members of the National Policy Advisory Group and the Public Health Advisory Group, comprised of leaders from national and local institutions, state and local health departments, and community-based organizations.

Prevention Policy Modeling Lab (PPML)external icon

Principal Investigator: Joshua A Salomon (Professor of Medicine in the Center for Health Policy – Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Center for Primary Care & Outcomes Research – School of Medicine, Stanford University, Stanford University School of Medicine)

PPML uses simulation modeling, statistics, epidemiology, economics and decision analysis to evaluate the health impact, costs and cost-effectiveness of strategies for prevention and treatment of infectious diseases in the United States. The PPML team includes epidemiologists, infectious disease modelers, clinicians, health economists, statisticians and public health practitioners from Stanford University, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston Medical Center and Boston University, Yale School of Public Health, University of Michigan, and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

Emory University

Principal Investigator: Patrick Sullivan (Professor in the Department of Epidemiology at the Emory University Rollins School of Public Health)

The Emory Coalition for Applied Modeling for Prevention (CAMP)external icon comprises epidemiologists, economic and infectious disease modelers, clinicians, and economists located at Emory University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Washington, and the Georgia Department of Public Health. CAMP’s work is informed and enhanced by members of the Applied Public Health Working Group, comprising diverse state and local health department representatives.

Harvard University

Principal Investigator: Joshua Salomon (Professor in the Department of Global Health and Population at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University)

The Harvard University Prevention Policy Modeling Lab comprises of epidemiologists, economic and infectious disease modelers, clinicians, and economists located at Harvard School of Public Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Medical Center, Yale School of Public Health and Brown School of Public Health.

University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

Principal Investigator: James G. Kahn (Professor in the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, Global Health Sciences, and the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at UCSF)

The UCSF NEEMA project is implemented via the Consortium to Assess Prevention Economics (CAPE). CAPE comprises economic and infectious disease modelers, clinical researchers, and epidemiologists located at UCSF, the University of California – Berkeley, Stanford University School of Medicine, and the San Francisco Department of Public Health, with collaborators in the California Department of Public Health.

Page last reviewed: October 24, 2019