John Bollinger, is a new a Policy Analyst who will work with the Center’s biomedical innovation team on its antimicrobial resistance initiatives. John comes to Duke-Margolis from Geneva, Switzerland, where he served as a Strategic Information and Evaluation Consultant for the Joint United National Programme on HIV/AIDS. Experienced in quantitative and qualitative data analysis, John is former research assistant at both Duke’s Health Humanities Lab and Duke’s Global Health Institute, where he conducted a research project on the epidemiology, risk profiles, and health outcomes of patients with carbapenem-resistant gram-negative bacterial infections in Sri Lanka. A Duke alumnus, John earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology, his Bachelor of Arts in Global Health, and his Masters of Science in Global Health all at Duke.
John Bollinger, Katie Greene, Katie Huber, Mark McClellan, and the National Academy for State Health Policy.
Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, COVID Collaborative, Council of the Great City Schools