NEEMA Grantees and Contacts
Taiwo Abimbola, Program and Performance Improvement Office (PPIO)
- NCHHSTP: Taiwo Abimbola, Tamika Hoyte, Jonathan Mermin, Eduardo Valverde, Michelle Van Handel
- Division of HIV Prevention: Kate Buchacz, Nicole Crepaz, Kevin Delaney, Paul Farnham, Karen Hoover, Cynthia Lyles, Dawn Smith
- Division of Viral Hepatitis: Alice Asher, Dee Bixler, Jessica Brown, Erin Conners, Laura Cooley, Mona Doshani, Nate Furukawa, Ruth Jiles, Liesl Hagan, Senad Handanagic, Megan Hofmeister, Neil Gupta, Martha Montgomery, Noele Nelson, Priti Patel, Henry Roberts, Amy Sandul, Bill Thompson, Mark Weng, Carolyn Wester
- Division of Adolescent and School Health: Jingjing Li, Li Yan Wang
- Division of Tuberculosis Elimination: Andrew Hill, Suzanne Marks
- Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention: Andres Berruti, Harrell Chesson, Matthew Hogben, Tom Gift, Ian Spicknall
Co-Principal Investigator: Dr. David R. Holtgrave (Dean, Albany School of Public Health, University at Albany, State University of New York)
Co-Principal Investigator: Dr. Erika Martin (Associate Professor, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, 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.
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.