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Jonathan D. Quick, MD, MPH became the president and chief executive officer of MSH in 2004. A family physician and public health management specialist, he has worked in international health since 1978. Of most interest is his previous work in Afghanistan from 1989 to 1991, where he worked as a health service development advisor for the Afghanistan Health Sector Support Project. Dr. Quick is an expert on essential medicines and public health. Prior to joining MSH, he was at the World Health Organization, where he was director of Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy until 2004. Dr. Quick has served as a long-term advisor in Pakistan and Kenya and has carried out assignments in more than 25 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. He earned a degree from Harvard University and two more from the University of Rochester: an MD, with distinction in, and a master’s degree in public health. Dr. Quick is on the faculty of the Harvard Medical School Department of Global Health and Social Medicine.
Challenges to Implementation
as author at MIT World Series: Large Molecules, Large Dreams: A Forum on Global Drug Pricing and Sustainable Medical Innovation,
together with: Gareth O. Williams, Gary S. Cooper, Yuri Dikhanov,