Our network of advisors

Our network of advisors          

We continually seek advice from thought-leaders in health markets to ensure that the Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI) achieves impact through its efforts and supports the needs and priorities of those working on improving healthcare for the poor around the world. We consult with these individuals on CHMI's new directions and collaborate frequently on complementary activities. 

Peter Annear, Nossal Institute for Global Health, University of Melbourne

Ben Bellows, Population Council

Sofi Bergkvist, Access Health International/Indian School of Business, India

Onil Bhattacharyya, University of Toronto

Gerry Bloom, Institute of Development Studies (IDS)

Cynthia Eldridge, Marie Stopes International

Tilman Ehrbeck, CGAP

Marguerite Farrell, USAID

Birger Forsberg, Karolinska Institute

Gopi Gopalakrishnan, World Health Partners, India

Omer Imtiazuddin, Grand Challenges Canada / Grands Défis Canada

Mike Kubzansky, Omidyar

Fola Laoye, Hygeia HMO, Nigeria

Susan Mitchell, Abt Associates

Dominic Montagu, University of California, San Francisco

Sania Nishtar, Heartfile, Pakistan

Muhammad Pate, Minister of Health, Nigeria

David Peters, Johns Hopkins University

Alex Preker, Columbia University


From CHMI's Funder Consortium

Thomas FeenyHarnessing non-state actors for better health for the poor (HANSHEP)

Guy Stallworthy, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Stefan Nachuk, Rockefeller Foundation

Martin Johnston, DFID

Craig Williams, GlaxoSmithKline