Ann Marie Kimball
Professor Kimball served as technical and strategic lead for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation surveillance strategy formation. She was also senior program officer with the foundation, prior to which she served as professor of epidemiology at the University of Washington School of Public Health where she is now emerita.
During her tenure at UW, Dr Kimball founded and directed the APEC Emerging Infections Network, and led research and training programs in Peru and Thailand in Health Informatics.
Dr. Kimball served as Head of National Programs for HIV/AIDS with PAHO, Chair of the US National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD), and Director of HIV/AIDS for Washington State prior to joining the University of Washington.
Her research focus on global trade and emerging infections earned her a Fulbright New Century Scholars award and a Guggenheim Scholars award. A recent Bellagio resident scholar with Rockefeller Foundation her current focus is planetary health, and mentorship of new leaders in Global Health.
She is the author of Risky Trade: Infectious Diseases in an Era of Global Trade and has authored numerous scientific publications and served on several Institute of Medicine panels.
She is a fellow in the American College of Preventive Medicine and member of the National Biosurveillance Advisory group, Centers for Disease Control.