Anne Liu currently co-teaches Introduction to Global Health at SIPA, with particular focus on health systems strengthening, community health worker systems, and mobile health. Anne led health systems strengthening efforts in the Millennium Villages Project from 2010-2015. Her work included the implementation of Community Health Worker (CHW) service delivery protocols and a data-driven management system. This was complemented by her work in deploying a real-time mobile health system to support data-driven operational decision making, CHW performance management, service delivery quality assurance, and verbal autopsy collections. Anne later adapted this work for Ebola surveillance in Guinea during the West Africa Ebola Outbreak in 2014. Anne currently works on health technology implementation in domestic settings with Zocdoc, Inc. She received her Masters in International Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Masters in Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University School of Medicine, and BS in Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Research & Publications

June 2016|Bulletin of the World Health Organization|Anne Liu, Henry B. Perry, Ranu S. Dhillon, Ketan Chitnis, Rajesh Panjabi, Daniel Palazuelos, Alain K. Kof, Joseph N. Kandeh, Mamady Camara, Robert Camara, Tolbert Nyenswah
December 2015|Global Health, Science and Practice|Anne Liu, Kai Cowger, Ranu S. Dhillon, Jilian A. Sacks, Aboubacar Diallo, Abdel Nasser Iro Gigo, Alhoussaine Bah, Mamady Camara, Elizabeth Zehe, Cindil Redick

Introduction of Mobile Health Tools to Support Ebola Surveillance and Contact Tracing in Guinea

April 2013|Bulletin of the World Health Organization|Anne Liu, Prabhjot Singh, Gordon C. McCord

Deployment of Community Health Workers across Rural Sub-Saharan Africa: Financial Considerations and Operational Assumptions

May 2011|Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine|Anne Liu, Sarah Sullivan, Mohammed Khan, Sonia Sachs, Prabhjot Singh

Community Health Workers in Global Health: Scale and Scalability