Panelists At Brookings Event Discuss Findings Of Report On Global Health Governance Capacity, Examine Future Of Health R&D Landscape

Brookings Institution: Forum on health governance capacity sees bigger role for private R&D investment
Darrell M. West, vice president and director of governance studies and founding director at the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings; John Villasenor, nonresident senior fellow of governance studies at the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings; and Jake Schneider, research assistant at Brookings share insights from an event during which three panelists discussed findings from the recently released Health Governance Capacity report — the first of six reports to be released as part of the Brookings Private Sector Global Health R&D Project. The authors note, “[T]he panelists discussed the results of the Health Governance Capacity Index (HGCI), trends in global public health, and the future of the health R&D landscape. The panelists included Amanda Glassman of the Center for Global Development, Loyce Pace of the Global Health Council, and His Excellency Pham Quang Vinh, Ambassador of Vietnam to the United States” (4/14).

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