Health Alliance International
4534 11th Ave. NE
MD (University of Chicago)
MPH (Harvard University)
BA (Harvard University)
Infectious disease epidemiology (STD, TB, EPI); health systems research; political economy of health and impact and equity in health care
Stephen Gloyd, MD, MPH, is a family practice physician who has been a University of Washington faculty member since 1986. He has worked for over 30 years in Africa, Latin America, and Asia as a clinician, manager, researcher, teacher, and policy advocate. His work has focused on improving primary health care, including maternal-child health services, tuberculosis control, and STD/AIDS. He has written and spoken extensively on the political economy of global health care and the connection between neoliberalism and health.
Dr. Gloyd is Associate Chair for Education and Curriculum in the UW's Department of Global Health where he directs efforts to expand curricular options to address global workforce needs. His work with Health Alliance International is designed improve approaches to global health assistance and to strengthen primary health care with the Ministries of Health of Mozambique, Cote d'Ivoire, Sudan, and Timor-Leste.
Dr. Gloyd received his BA and MPH from Harvard, his MD from the University of Chicago, and his family medicine residency at the University of Washington.