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Holly
B.
Schuh
,
PhD

Assistant Scientist
Holly Schuh

Departmental Affiliations

Primary

Contact Info

Candler Building
Baltimore
Maryland
21205
US        

Research Interests

Maternal, newborn, and child health; Nutritional epidemiology; Respiratory health; Routine immunization programs; Vaccine confidence; Systems modeling; Post-conflict and low-income settings; Mentorship
Experiences & Accomplishments
Education
PhD
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2017
BA
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
2008
MPH
Loma Linda University
2011
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Selected recent publications
  • McCollum ED, Ahmed S, Chowdhury N, Rizvi S, Khan A, Roy A, Hanif A, Pervaiz F, Ahmed N, Farruque E, Monowara M, Hossain M, Doza F, Tanim B, Alam F, Simmons N, Reller M, Harrison M, Schuh HB, Quaiyum A, Saha S, Begum N, Santosham M, Moulton L, Checkley W, Baqui A. (2019) Chest radiograph reading panel performance in a Bangladesh pneumococcal vaccine effectiveness study. BMJ Open Respiratory Research.
  • Baqui AH, McCollum ED, Saha SK, Roy AK, Chowdhury NH, Harrison M, Hanif AAM, Simmons N, Mahmud A, Begum N, Ahmed S, Khan AM, Ahmed ZB, Islam M, Mitra D, Quaiyum A, Chavez MA, Pervaiz F, Miele CH, Schuh HB, Khanam R, Checkley W, Moulton LH, and Santosham M (2018). Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine impact assessment in Bangladesh. Gates Open Research.
  • Schuh HB, Merritt M, Igusa T, Lee B, Peters DH (2017). Examining the structure and behavior of Afghanistan’s routine immunization system using system dynamics modeling. International Journal for Health Governance.
  • Hickler B, MacDonald NE, Senouci K, Schuh HB (2017). Efforts to monitor global progress on individual and community demand for immunization: Development of definitions and indicators for the Global Vaccine Action Plan Strategic Objective 2. Vaccine.
  • Engineer CY, Dale E, Agarwal A, Agarwal A, Alonge O, Edward A, Gupta S, Schuh HB, Burnham G, Peters DH (2016). Effectiveness of a pay-for-performance intervention to improve maternal and child health services in Afghanistan: a cluster-randomized trial. International Journal of Epidemiology, 45(2): 451-9. doi: 10.1093/ije/dyv362.