CUGH's State Technical Advisory Team (STAT)
Dear Colleague,

CUGH received a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation grant to increase support for US leadership and funding for global health programs. Earlier this year, CUGH launched the Network of Academic Advisors (NAA) that connects congresspersons and their offices with scientists within their district. The goal of this initiative is to foster deeper connections between policymakers and the scientific community.

Now, CUGH is launching the State Technical Advisory Team (STAT). We are seeking scientists who are interested in connecting with their state representatives to bridge the gap between academia and policymakers, strengthen support for US investments and leadership in global health and increase the use of research findings in policy development. If you would like to join the STAT, please complete this form. This advisory body is open to global health researchers and practitioners. NAA members can also join the STAT. However, only US citizens can be members of the STAT or NAA.

Please direct any questions regarding the STAT to Ms. Monica Gilsanz, Advocacy and Communications Project Officer, at CUGH: (202)872-1187 or mgilsanz@cugh.org.

Thank you for your consideration.

Best wishes,
Keith Martin MD, PC

Executive Director, CUGH
Washington, DC
www.cugh.org
202-974-6363
executivedirector@cugh.org
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