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Danielle Charlet, MD, PhD

Technical Advisor
TRAction Project
 
Dr. Charlet  provides technical support for TRAction's research activities, projects, and reports.
 
Dr. Danielle Charlet, MD, PhD, is a global health scientist with experience in health program design and management, basic and applied research, and promoting effective and innovative approaches for improving healthcare. Dr. Charlet has conceptualized and designed an integrated child health and nutrition program in a rural region in South India; established effective data collection and monitoring practices for a non-profit organization; and has conducted global health research in a variety of subject areas, including maternal, newborn, and child health; community care; human resources for health; and health financing. She additionally has experience working on measles, malaria, and tuberculosis studies. Over the course of her career she has become well versed with government, private voluntary organizations, and all levels of healthcare providers, through international work in several countries, including the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Senegal, and India. Dr. Charlet has engaged in knowledge management and dissemination efforts through a variety of avenues including stakeholders meetings, briefs and papers, website content, international conferences, and publications. Currently, Dr. Charlet is the Technical Advisor for the TRAction (Translating Research in to Action) Project at URC, providing technical support to research studies, monitoring of sub-awards, and reviewing of technical products. Dr. Charlet has received her Bachelor’s in Microbiology and Immunology, Medical Degree, and Ph.D in Experimental Medicine, from McGill University, Montreal. She is a native English Speaker and proficient in French.  
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