Mark Dybul Returns To Georgetown University As Director Of New Center For Global Health And Quality

Georgetown University Medical Center: As Director of New Global Health Center, Dybul Comes Home to Georgetown
Kat Zambon, director of communications at Georgetown University Medical Center, discusses the return of Mark Dybul, former executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, to Georgetown University. Zambon writes, “As the inaugural faculty co-director with Charles B. Holmes … of the new Center for Global Health and Quality (GHQ), Dybul will work with top philanthropic, NGO, and governmental partners around the world to respond to new and emerging global health challenges and scale up quality services while maximizing resources” (9/8).

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