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              Carleigh Krubiner is a policy fellow at the Center for Global Development, where she focuses on ethical issues surrounding equitable development and delivery of health interventions in low and middle-income settings. Her current research focuses on practical approaches for ethics analysis in priority-setting for Universal Health Coverage. As part of this work, she is leading research with partners in South Africa to develop a country-specified, consensus-driven ethics framework for priority-setting under National Health Insurance. Krubiner also co-authored a chapter on ethics in the CGD book, What's In, What's Out: Designing Benefits for Universal Health Coverage.

              Prior to joining CGD, Krubiner was a research scholar at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, leading development of ethics guidance to ensure that the development and deployment of vaccines against emerging pathogens fairly include the interests of pregnant women and their offspring. Previously, Krubiner worked as a senior program officer and research associate at Results for Development Institute, working on health benefits plans in low- and middle-income countries, equity strategies and indicators for USAID’s Maternal and Child Survival Program, and resource allocation for the HIV response. Krubiner received her PhD in Health Policy and Bioethics from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her dissertation focused on the ethical design of conditional cash transfer programs for health promotion.

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