Dominic Montagu is an Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at UCSF and Lead of the Private Sector Healthcare Initiativeat the UCSF Global Health Group. His work is focused on the private delivery of health services in developing countries and on market function for health services and health commodities. Dr. Montagu holds an undergraduate degree in architecture from MIT, as well as masters degrees in business administration and public health and a doctorate in public health from the University of California, Berkeley.
He has worked extensively in Africa and Asia, including five years in Vietnam where he was the country director for the American Friends Service Committee and country advisor for the Population Council. Dr. Montagu has served as the secretariat for the World Health Organization's project on the Non-State Sector, and has been a co-investigator on HIV/AIDS impact and service assessments in Botswana and Rwanda. Dr. Montagu has published papers on a range of issues related to developing country health service delivery.