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Dr. Guigaz and Prof. Sullivan join iPRI

Dr. Guigaz and Prof. Sullivan join iPRI

March 3, 2011

iPRI is delighted to announce that two more internationally renowned experts have recently joined as Senior Research Fellows:

Dr Mireille Guigaz, a French Ambassador and expert in Public Health and International Development and Prof Frank Sullivan, Director of the Division of Clinical & Population Sciences & Education at Dundee University.

Mireille Guigaz graduated in Law and Political Sciences and completed a PhD in Medical Law and Health Care Economics at the University of Lyon. She also specialised in Hospital Management at the National School of Public Health and attended the National School of Administration. In 2002 she attained an international Masters Degree in Mediation from the Kurt Bösch Institute, Switzerland. Mireille Guigaz has acquired extensive, high-level public health management experience through various assignments in the field. From 2007-2010 Mireille Guigaz was posted to Rome as Ambassador of France, Permanent Representative to Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), World Food Programme (WFP) and the International Fund for Agriculture and Development (IFAD) and participated in the global negotiations, which continue today, to establish a new international commitment to global food security.

Frank Sullivan is a medical graduate of Glasgow University and was appointed to the NHS Tayside chair of Research and Development in General Practice and Primary Care in the University of Dundee. Director of the Scottish School of Primary Care since 2007, he is now also the Director of the Division of Clinical & Population Sciences & Education in Dundee. Frank Sullivan’s research interests lie mainly in health informatics and community-based trials, covering the spectrum from record-linkage of electronic health records to decision support to the evaluation of complex interventions.

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