Satyajit is the Principal Investigator and the Policy & Advocacy Lead for the RADAAR Project. He comes with nearly 30 years of hands-on experience in strategy development and implementation of large-scale socio-behavioral change, risk communication, and policy advocacy initiatives, including in conflict and complex emergency settings. He has previously worked with WHO, FAO, and UNICEF on several flagship and large-scale initiatives such as Ebola Virus Disease Preparedness/Outbreak Response; HPV vaccine introduction; Cholera outbreak response; Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR); International Health Regulations (IHR); the H1N1 Pandemic and Avian Influenza prevention and control campaigns; the Stop TB campaign and the Global Polio Eradication initiative. Satyajit holds a Master’s in Risk Analysis from King’s College, London, and another Master’s in Television and Video for Development from the University of Reading, UK.
Anthony is a consultant on the RADAAR project, focused on AMR policy, advocacy and communication. He has 20 years of professional experience in the humanitarian and development sector, including strategic programming planning, policy and advocacy, and risk analysis and assessment.
Anthony has worked as a consultant/staff member for UNICEF, WHO, and FAO, focused upon risk, infectious diseases, and emergencies; including in south-east/south/central Asia, southern/north Africa, and eastern Europe. His experience is complemented through academic study, including: MSc in Risk Assessment from King’s College, University of London, focused on risk analysis/risk management/risk communication, with a dissertation on health and disease risk; and MA in Film, Television and Communication Production from University of Westminster, London.
Hwayoung is a Project Administrator in Epidemiology, Public Health, Impact (EPIC) Unit at IVI. Within RADAAR team, she is supporting administrative aspects of the project.
Before joining IVI, she had worked as a Program Coordinator at the Graduate School of Public Health, Yonsei University, in charge of operating an international master’s degree program for health professionals from developing countries (as an ODA project funded by the Korean government through KOICA). She has an educational background in Public Health (MPH) and Political Science and Diplomacy (BA).
Chaelin Kim is a research assistant at the International Vaccine Institute’s Policy and Economic Research Department. In the academic year 2019-2020, she received her MSc in health policy planning and financing from LSE and LSHTM. She studied theology and political science before obtaining her master’s degree. She is assisting the RADAAR team with literature research, bottleneck analysis, policy advocacy guidance development, and the delivery of numerous RADAAR meetings, seminars, and webinars as a member of the team.
Prerana is a public health expert, who has been leading health economics research component in various projects at IVI including technical support to RADAAR. She is part of RADAAR core team and has been closely involved from early phase of project planning, implementation, and execution. She has overseen activities pertaining to ethical reviews and approval, is leading communications with external and internal AMR stakeholders, and is providing technical support during report preparation for RADAAR related activities.
Giyoung is a Workshops and Webinars Coordinator for the RADAAR project with a wide range of experience in communications. At IVI, she is responsible for communications and event management, including developing materials to support and promote RADAAR’s work, managing digital channels and coordinating events. Previously, she worked as Culture and Information Officer at the Embassy of Sweden to the Republic of Korea. She holds a BA in Communications from Sogang University.
Jinhui is a Project Manager with extensive experiences working in infectious disease programs for low-and middle-income countries including North Korea. At IVI, she is responsible for managing RADAAR project bringing insight to ensure the project is smoothly implemented with an effective approach and efficient process.
Before IVI, she has worked for various organizations ranging from research institution, NGOs to government aid agency working on infectious disease in global health settings. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Yonsei University.
Holy is a Research Scientist and the One Health Lead on the RADAAR project. He has more than 15 years of experience working as an infectious disease epidemiologist within the Canadian health portfolio and Low and Middle-Income countries in Africa and Asia. His work involved infection prevention and control and developing and implementing surveillance systems. At FAO, he worked on evaluation of epidemiology capacity of LMICs and capacity development in applied veterinary epidemiology for front-line professionals.
Holy holds a DVM from Ahmadu Bello University and PhD in Epidemiology from University of Guelph, specialized in Antimicrobial Resistance at the animal-human-environment interface. He holds the Canadian Risk Management designation and a member of the American College of Epidemiology.