Carleigh Krubiner is a Faculty Research Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics. Carleigh’s research focuses on the intersection between bioethics, global health, social justice, and international development. Her work has explored ethical issues associated with health benefit plan design, health systems strengthening in low and middle income countries, conditional cash transfers, and resource allocation. Prior to coming to Hopkins, Carleigh worked with the Results for Development Institute on the Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage, and on the aids2031 Costs and Financing Project, using economic and epidemiological modeling to inform long-term priority setting for the AIDS response – at the global level and for the national AIDS strategies in South Africa and Cambodia. Carleigh is currently leading work under the iDSI Ethics & Equity workstream. Carleigh has a PhD in Bioethics and Health Policy from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Bloomberg School of Public Health