Health Policy and Management
- Dean Emeritus
- Interim Director of UC systemwide programs with Mexico
- Co-director of Berkeley Public Health China Program
Stefano M. Bertozzi is dean emeritus and professor of health policy and management. He worked previously with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Mexican National Institute of Public Health, UNAIDS, WHO, the World Bank and the Government of Zaire (DRC). He is the interim director of the UC systemwide programs with Mexico.
Dr. Stefano M. Bertozzi is dean emeritus and professor of health policy and management at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. Previously, he directed the HIV and tuberculosis programs at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Dr. Bertozzi worked at the Mexican National Institute of Public Health as director of its Center for Evaluation Research and Surveys. He was the last director of the WHO Global Programme on AIDS and has also held positions with UNAIDS, the World Bank and the government of the DRC.
He is currently the interim director of the UC systemwide programs with Mexico (UC-MEXUS, the UC-Mexico Initiative and Casa de California). He recently co-edited the Disease Control Priorities (DCP3) volume on HIV/AIDS, Malaria & Tuberculosis. He has served on governance and advisory boards for the East Bay Community Foundation, HopeLab, UNICEF, WHO, UNAIDS, the Global Fund, PEPFAR, the NIH, Duke University, the University of Washington and the AMA. He has advised NGOs, and ministries of health and social welfare in Asia, Africa and Latin America. He is a member of the National Academy of Medicine. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and a PhD in health policy and management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He earned his medical degree at UC San Diego, and trained in internal medicine at UC San Francisco.
- PhD – Health Policy & Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- MD – UC San Diego
- BS – Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Economic Evaluation
- Impact Evaluation
- DrPH 3rd year seminar (both semesters)
- Global Health Economics (spring 2019)
- Global Health Policy (spring 2020)
- Health Policy & Management Breadth Course (fall 2020)