Group Global Health Officer

Dr Regina Osih


Dr Regina Osih has 14 years' experience in infectious disease and public health. She brings to the team technical expertise in infectious diseases, specifically HIV and TB as well as epidemiology and operational research.

She has previously worked on projects in several countries in Africa and has spent the last 6 years working in the public health realm in South Africa. Dr Osih was previously employed as the director for TB Access at the Clinton Health Access Initiative where she oversaw the global TB programme for the organization. Prior to this, she was the clinical and health programmes director at the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV institute with oversight of HIV, TB and MTCT programmes within the organization.

In addition, she has had several short periods as an, independent consultant in South Africa and Switzerland, managing projects in the fields of clinical research, public health research, HIV prevention and health policy development.

In 2020, she was appointed Adjunct Associate Professor at the Department of Medicine in the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.

Dr Osih holds an MD from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, an MPH from Johns Hopkins University and is board-certified in Internal medicine and infectious diseases through the University of Maryland.