• Research Coordinator, Global WACh

Christina Sherry is a Research Coordinator with the Gut Health and Child Survival Priority Area. She has an MPH from Tulane University in Global Community Health with a focus in Program Evaluation (and a BS from UW). She brings a wealth of research coordination experience. She most recently worked at WSU Partnerships for Native Health where she led a suicide prevention RCT in Native Communities. Other projects she has worked on include international vaccine development and women’s reproductive health studies and programs at PATH; primary care access in the rural Gulf region with the Louisiana Public Health Institute; evaluation projects with USAID as a graduate research assistant; and as a pre-clinical research tech testing safety and efficacy of topical microbicides at the University of Washington. She was born and raised here in Seattle, and has two lovely Boston terriers.


  • MPH, Global Community Health, Tulane University
  • BS, University of Washington
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