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Dr. Wilson’s work has focused on improving health care for under-served populations domestically and internationally. In Boston, Dr. Wilson has combined clinical care to underserved families with implementation of programs to improve health for children with chronic illness. Her international work grew from her clinical pediatric practice in Boston working with transnational families from the Dominican Republic. Internationally, Dr. Wilson has lead a maternal and neonatal training and quality improvement program at hospital facilities in the Dominican Republic. Her current work applies the technology of mhealth to quality improvement, using cell phone based protocols as decision aids to improve newborn health care in Tanzania. Dr. Wilson teaches at Harvard Medical School and School of Public Health with a focus on global maternal child health and social determinants of disease. In addition, she developed and directs the Global Pediatric Fellows Program at Children’s Hospital Boston, with pediatric fellows working in Haiti and Rwanda.
Sara Stulac, MD, MPH, is the Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Partners In Health, supporting programs in Rwanda, Haiti, Lesotho, and Malawi. She lived and worked in Rwanda from 2005 to 2011 as PIH-Rwanda’s Clinical Director, collaborating with Rwanda’s Ministry of Health to develop primary health care infrastructure and community-based HIV care in three rural health districts. Her areas of clinical focus have included pediatric HIV prevention and treatment, malnutrition care, inpatient pediatrics, and pediatric oncology and other non-communicable disease treatment. Dr. Stulac holds faculty positions in the Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, at Boston Children’s Hospital, and at Harvard Medical School. She received her MD and MPH from Tufts University School of Medicine, and completed her residency in pediatrics at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
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