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Anna Kalbarczyk, MPH

  • Research Associate

Departmental Affiliations

Center & Institute Affiliations

Contact Information

415 N. Washington Street
Room 323
Baltimore, Maryland 21231

410-502-9873

Hopkins Center for Global Health

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Education

MPH, George Washington University, 2011

Overview

DrPH, Implementation Science, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Expected 2021

MPH, Health Promotion, George Washington University, 2011

BA, Public Policy (Health & Economics), University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2009

I oversee all of the operations at the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health which services the entire University and aims to promote interdisciplinarity in global health. My work and research aims to improve the capacity of academic institutions to support global health training across the continuum of education. Areas of focus include 1) developing successful field training experiences, 2) improving and informing mentorship practices in global health, 3) building capacity with partner institutions, and 4) integrating disciplines.

Current projects include:

1) Implementation science approaches to lessons learned in polio eradication

2) Promoting successful student integration into overseas training sites

3) Bioethical challenges associated with long-term global health training experiences

4) Evaluation of interdisciplinary global health training programs

5) Capacity strengthening in HIV operations research

Honors and Awards

Excellence in Teaching, 2016-2017

  • implementation science
  • capacity building
  • mentorship
  • training
  • education
  • knowledge translation
  • bioethics
  • qualitative methods
  • travel medicine
  • infectious disease
  • prevention
  • behavior change
  • immunizations
  • gender-based violence

Relevant Publications

  • Anna Kalbarczyk, Nina A Martin, Emily Combs, Marie Ward, Peter J Winch (2018). "The era of single disease cowboys is out": Evaluating the experiences of students, faculty, and collaborators in an interdisciplinary global health training program. Globalization and Health. 14(23). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12992-018-0343-z
  • Anna Kalbarczyk, Elli Leontsini, Emily Combs, Fan Yang, Azal Ahmadi, Karen Charron (2015). Evaluation and support mechanisms of an emerging university-wide global health training program. Annals of Global Health. 81(5), 602-610.
  • Carter, C. L., Resnick, E. M., Mallampalli, M., & Kalbarczyk, A. (2012). Sex and gender differences in alzheimer's disease: Recommendations for future research. Journal of Women's Health (2002),21(10), 1018-1023.