Jeff Lane, JD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor with the University of Washington Department of Global Health and is a core faculty member with University of Washington’s (UW) International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH). Jeff is the Principal Investigator of the International AIDS Education and Training Center (IAETC) program, which implements HIV programs in Botswana, Caribbean, India, Kenya, Mozambique, and Ukraine. Jeff is also is Principal Investigator of the USAID Enhancing Quality of Healthcare Activity in Cambodia being implemented in partnership with FHI360, which seeks to strengthen health care regulation and health worker training in Cambodia. From 2010-2015, Jeff worked on the PEPFAR Policy Monitoring Project that built capacity of PEPFAR partner countries to develop and monitor health law and policy reforms critical to HIV/AIDS program scale-up and sustainability. Jeff recently co-led the South Africa health policy systems strengthening project, which worked with the National Department of Health of South Africa to strengthen its health policy management processes and information systems.
During his career, Jeff has worked to strengthen health policy and regulatory environments in Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Ghana, Haiti, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, the United States, and Zambia. Jeff’s research interests focus on how policy development and implementation impacts public health around the world and specifically on access to essential medicines and health services. Jeff teaches a graduate level course every spring titled Policy Development and Advocacy for Global Health (GH523). Jeff received his Juris Doctorate and Masters of Public Health from UW.