George F. Brown
George F. Brown, MD, MPH, "a native of Canada, recently retired as director of health equity at the Rockefeller Foundations, where he focused on support to public-private partnerships to accelerate the development of drugs and vaccines for neglected diseases, AIDS prevention and care, and efforts to address problems of human resources for health. He has served as resident advisor in family planning to the governments of Tunisia and Morocco, and as special advisor in population to the Canadian International Development Agency, where he established Canada's development assistance program in population. He was director for population and health sciences at the International Development Research Centre in Ottawa, as well as vice president of international programs at the Population Council. Dr. Brown received his MD from the University of Toronto, and his MPH from Harvard." 
Resources and articles
- Board, Engender Health, accessed October 1, 2011.
- "Biography", Accessed January 2007.