Sahlah Dubel has over 12 years of experience in managing projects and coordinating international public health research programs. She was awarded a BS in Biology from the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). While at RIT, she studied abroad as a member of the Fogarty International Program where she spent several months at the Roberto del Rio Hospital de Ninos in Chile researching factors impacting the spread of H. influenza and S. pneumonia among children. Sahlah moved on to join the National Institutes of Health Mammary Biology and Tumorigenesis Laboratory. She worked as a fellow in the National Cancer Institute and supported projects targeting oncogenic markers while co-authoring several scientific publications. She completed her MPH in International Health and Development at Tulane University’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Her studies led her to join the International Center for Migration Health and Development (ICMHD) in Switzerland, where she created the Global Internship Program and collaborated on projects evaluating public health programs targeting displaced and migrant populations. Sahlah entered the non-profit sector at a research foundation specializing in Tuberculosis eradication. She then transitioned into her current role as a certified Project Management Professional, successfully leading cross-functional global project teams to evaluate TB vaccine candidates in clinical trials. Sahlah joined PATH’s Center for Vaccine Innovation and Access where she is the lead Project Manager for several translational research and development projects evaluating vaccine candidates across a range of disease areas.