Allison Tatarsky, MPH, is a Senior Program Manager at the UCSF Global Health Group’s Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI). In this role, Allison manages the MEI's vector control portfolio of work around innovative vector control and improved entomological surveillance for malaria elimination and eradication.
Prior to joining the MEI, she worked with the National Institute for Malaria Research in India on malaria in pregnancy research and then joined the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI). While at CHAI, Allison was based in southern Africa for four years supporting ministries of health on malaria elimination strategy, policy, and operational research on CHAI's global malaria team, and then in Boston where she coordinated CHAI’s HIV, TB, and Health Financing efforts across the organization and 23 countries.
Allison has an MPH and a BS from Boston University.