PhD, University of Leeds, 2012
MSc, University of Edinburgh, 2007
BA, University of British Columbia, 2006
Rosemary Morgan is an Assistant Scientist at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in the Department of International Health, with a joint position in the School of Nursing. She is the Associate Chair in Inclusion, Diversity, Anti-Racism, and Equity (IDARE) for the International Health Department.
Dr. Morgan has expertise in gender, gender analysis, and intersectionality. Her current work includes: Leading the Sex and Gender Analysis Core for the NIH funded Sex and Age Differences in Immunity to Influenza (SADII) Center; Co-primary investigator on a project exploring the gendered effects of COVID-19 in Bangladesh, Kenya, Nigeria, DRC, and Brazil supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Co-primary investigator for the project Risk and Resilience in the Health Workforce: Understanding and Supporting the Experiences of Women Health Workers during COVID-19, supported by the BC Women’s Health Foundation; Advisor on a CIHR funded project exploring the gendered effects of COVID-19 in Canada, the UK, China, and Hong Kong; Co-coordinator of an international Gender and COVID-19 Working Group; Gender Advisor for Rapid Mortality Mobile Phone Surveys during COVID-19, supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) advisor for the UK Partnerships for Health Systems programme (UKPHS); GESI advisor for Learning, Acting and Building for Rehabilitation in Health Systems Consortium (ReLAB-HS), supported by USAID; Advisor on TDR funded projects exploring the intersectional gendered effects of infectious diseases of poverty in Nepal and Uganda.
She previously led “Research in Gender and Ethics (RinGs): Building Stronger Health Systems”, a project which brought together four research networks encompassing 17 institutions across 25 countries in a partnership to galvanize gender and ethics analysis in health systems research.
Prior to joining Johns Hopkins Rosemary was a Lecturer in Global Health Policy for the Global Public Health Unit (GPHU) at the University of Edinburgh, and a Research and Teaching Fellow at the Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development at the University of Leeds, where she worked on two international health projects: HESVIC - Health System Stewardship and Regulation in Vietnam, India and China, and CHEPSAA – Consortium for Health Policy and Systems Analysis in Africa.
She holds a PhD in International Health and Development from the University of Leeds, where she explored HIV/AIDS prevention policy processes within faith-based non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Tanzania.
Rosemary currently teaches a course on Gender Analysis in Health Research and Interventions at JHSPH. She also co-instructs the online course Health Systems in Low and Middle Income Countries and teaches on the Research Methods in Health Systems course.
While at the University of Edinburgh Rosemary was the Program Director for MSc Global Health and Public Policy and the course convener for Population Health and Health Policy, and Human Rights and Health at GPHU. She has experience teaching on a number of different global health courses, including health systems and sexual and reproductive health.
Honors and Awards
Nominated and selected for list of Canadian Women Leaders in Global Health, CSIH, 2018, 2020
Selected for list of 300 Women Leaders in Global Health, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, 2014
Full-Time Leeds Institute of Health Sciences Research Scholarship, University of Leeds, 2007-2010
Queen Elizabeth II British Columbia Centennial Scholarship, 2006-2007
Peter Loeffler Memorial Reward, University of British Columbia, 2006-2007
Undergraduate Scholar Program Scholarship, University of British Columbia, 2004-2005
Canadian Millennium Scholarship Foundation Excellence Award, 2001-2004
British Columbia Provincial University Entrance Scholarship, 2001