Sandra Mounier-Jack MSc MBA

Associate Professor in Health Policy

About Sandra Mounier-Jack

Health systems, immunisation, integrated care; 


I am a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Public Health and Policy, whose research projects include health systems and policy evaluations. I have a strong interest in health systems research, notably in terms on integrated health care both in the developed and developing countries context. This also involves assessing interfaces between health systems and disease control programmes, and I have developed a specific expertise in evaluating the implementation of vaccination programmes, both in England and in low and middle income countries.

Before joining the LSHTM, I was a project officer for the European Commission and was heading the health cooperation programme of the EU in the Russian Federation. I developed monitored and evaluated major technical assistance projects on communicable diseases control in the Former Soviet Union.

In 2008-2010 I was an advisor to the UK House of Lords for a committee on the work of intergovernmental organizations in the control of infectious diseases and on the S&T House of Lords pandemic preparedness Committee. I have also advised the UK government's Cabinet Office. I was a Non-Executive Director on a London NHS Primary Care Trust from 2008-2013.

I am the co-editor of the Health Policy and Planning Journal.




I am a co-Course Director for the "Public Health in Developing Countries" Masters. I also organize the study unit "Organization and Management" and lecture on communicable diseases policy.


I currently work on a variety of projects in relation to health systems both in the UK and abroad. I am an associate researcher within the Health Protection Research Unit in collaboration with Public Health England and I lead the theme that examines the delivery of the immunisation programme in England. I am also involved in the 5 year national evaluation of the Intregrated Health and Social Care Pioneer Scheme in England.

Previously I studied decision-making processes in new vaccine adoption and the impact of new vaccines introduction on health systems in low and middle income countries. I have been part in 2010 in a WHO sponsored study to evaluate impact on health systems of measles eradication activities. I have been a member of the WHO working group on new vaccines and health systems from 2010 to 2012. I have also been involved in review the delivery of HPV vaccination in LMIC and currently looking at the role and progress of National Immunisation Technical Advisoy Groups in LMICs.

I have a strong interest in global health policy and have worked with the Global Fund for Aids, TB and malaria, Gavi and the WHO. I have conducted research on assessing pandemic preparedness in various regions of the world. I am also responsible for conducting research to evaluate impact on health systems of disease control programmes (influenza pandemic, HIV/AIDS, TB, and vaccination).

I have a good knowledge of health systems in Francophone Africa.

Research areas

  • Global Health
  • Health care policy
  • Health policy
  • Health systems
  • Immunisation
  • Inequalities
  • Infectious disease policy
  • Vaccines


  • Management
  • Operational research
  • Policy analysis
  • Social Sciences

Disease and Health Conditions

  • Pandemic diseases


  • South Asia
  • Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)
  • World


  • Cameroon
  • Ethiopia
  • Mali
  • Senegal
  • United Kingdom

Other interests

  • Immunization,Vaccine
  • Pandemic Influenza
  • disease control programmes
  • integrated care
  • policy
  • vaccination
  • vaccination programme
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