Weisberger
Emily Weisberger
Senior Program Associate for Fellowships and Research, International Program in Health Policy and Practice Innovations
The Commonwealth Fund
ew@cmwf.org
212.606.3874
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Emily Weisberger is senior program associate for fellowships and research for The Commonwealth Fund’s International Program on Health Policy and Innovation (IHP), having been promoted from program associate for grants management and administration. Ms. Weisberger is responsible for providing day-to-day support for the Harkness Fellowships program, monitoring fellows’ projects and progress, and has administrative responsibility for the Australian-American Health Policy Fellowship. She manages the Harkness application process across the nine participating countries, coordinates projects on ‘frugal innovation” with Imperial College London and Duke University/IPIHD, coordinates the International Case Studies publication series, and is an integral part of the international health policy survey team.

Before joining the Fund, Ms. Weisberger held several positions at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, which she joined in June 2010. As a session assistant reporting to Dr. Leonard Saltz, she managed the daily operations of the outpatient clinic in gastrointestinal oncology. In June 2011 she was promoted within the department and in April 2012 she became a research study assistant working closely with patients, pharmaceutical companies, and health care professionals, to coordinate protocol activities for clinical trials. She graduated from Brandeis University in 2010 with a B.A. in Health: Science, Society and Policy. Ms Weisberger received a M.P.H. in Health Policy and Management from the CUNY Hunter School of Urban Public Health.

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