• Implementation Science Program Manager, CFAR
Emma Murphy

Emma Murphy, MPH is an Implementation Science Program Manager for the University of Washington/Fred Hutch Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) in the Department of Global Health. She earned her MPH in Global Health at UW and a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in International Politics. Emma’s interests within global health include reproductive health, implementation science, and health systems strengthening. She specializes in qualitative research methods. During her MPH, Emma worked on the DeWorm3 Project prior to transitioning into her role managing the implementation science hub (RAISE) for CFAR.

  • MPH, University of Washington
  • BS, Georgetown University
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