Ph.D. in Tropical Medicine, Immunology/Epidemiology, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
M.PHIL in Tropical Medicine/Parasitology, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
MPH in International Health, Epidemiology, Emory University
B.Sc. Chemistry, Spellman College
Wuleta Lemma, is clinical associate professor and director of Center for Global Health Equity (CGHE). She is a tropical medicine expert working for the last 26 years in Africa, the US, the Caribbean and Europe mostly on M&E of health programs, health system strengthening, HIV/AIDS, malaria, MNCH, and communicable diseases. Her current research/programmatic focus: e and mHealth solutions adapted to Africa’s health challenge; Global Health Security and public health emergency management; and health system strengthening in Africa. Lemma has served as a technical expert in M&E, data quality and use, technology in health, HIV/AIDS at a number of International organization such as WHO, GFATM, IGAD, The World Bank and is currently a member of evaluation group (TERG) for GFATM. She has won a number of awards on her work on ehealth and HSS. Lemma also supervises master's and PhD students. She received her BSc from Spelman College, MPH from Emory University and MPHIL and PhD on tropical medicine from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK.