Rosemary Morgan is an expert in gender, intersectionality, and health systems research focusing on low-to-middle income country contexts. She works on a number of global and public health projects as a gender advisor and coordinates Research in Gender and Ethics (RinGs): Building Stronger Health Systems, a project that brings together four research networks encompassing 23 institutions across 26 countries in a partnership to galvanize gender and ethics analysis in health systems research. Rosemary has worked as a consultant at the World Health Organization and IDRC, synthesizing evidence on gender and universal health coverage, reviewing how gender has been incorporated into research projects and tools, and developing capacity building tools related to gender analysis in global health research. She publishes widely in this area, has presented at numerous international symposia, and facilitates training workshops on incorporating gender analysis and intersectionality into health research and interventions.

Health Policy & Systems,
Gender & Health,
Sexual & Reproductive Health