Elize Massard da Fonseca
Master and Doctor in Public Health from the FIOCRUZ National School of Public Health (winner of the best drug dissertation from Senad/Presidency of the Republic) and Doctor in Social Policy from the University of Edinburgh, UK. She was a visiting scholar at the University of Michigan and London School of Economics and Professor of graduation and post-graduation courses in public administration, where she is part of the Public Sector Policy and Economics. Her research agenda is interdisciplinary, on the frontier between political science, economics and public health – with themes linked to the political economy of the regulation of health products and services in a comparative perspective; integration of science, technology, innovation and health policies; and formulation and implementation of health policies in Brazil, with emphasis on the innovative and renowned HIV/AIDS control policy. She has availability to guide students with interests in political institutions, international development, comparative politics, political economy of public policies, private public partnership, qualitative methods of research. Students with sectorial interests other than health are also welcome.