Harvard School of Public Health
Andrea Feigl is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Prior to embarking on her doctoral studies, she worked in the Family and Community Health Unit at PAHO, where she was involved in the evaluation of an IMCI (Integrated Management for Childhood Illness) project in Ecuador, Paraguay, and Peru. She also worked one year for the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, in the Institute for Nutrition, Metabolism, and Diabetes. Most recently, she completed a working paper on Development Aid Flows for Chronic Diseases, for the Center for Global Development. She has also coauthored a background paper on the political economy of universal healthcare for the WHO, and a WEF/HSPH report on the global economic burden of NCDs. Feigl is a Steering Committe member of the Young Professionals for Chronic Diseases, an advocacy group to help promote the issue of chronic diseases on the development agenda, and is a copresident of the Harvard Club of Austria, Student Chapter, in Boston.
Feigl holds a master’s degree in public health from Simon Fraser University in Canada.