Tine Rikke Jorgenson

Senior public health specialist - Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) Division in World Health Organization in Geneva

Tine is a senior public health specialist with post-graduate training in Global Public Health and Health Economics. She is currently seconded to the Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) Division in World Health Organization in Geneva in the Unit of Impact Initiative and Research Coordination through International Centre for Antimicrobial Resistance Solutions (ICARS). Her assignment is to develop a One Health AMR research agenda and she works closely with the Joint Tripartite Secretariat of WHO, OIE and FAO in Geneva. She has held various global positions in the public and private sector, specialized in access to medicines, health economics and policy as well as evaluation frameworks for introduction of new technologies. She has been part of the cross-sectoral national group reporting on AMR under the Danish Ministry of Food and Agriculture. Tine is an external lecturer at University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen Business School.  

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