Allison Tatarsky Berman

Title(s)Manager, GHS - Programs
SchoolChancellor/EVC/FAS
Address550 16th. Street
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    Boston University, Boston, MABS2007Health Science
    Boston University, Boston, MAMPH2008Global Health

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    Allison Tatarsky is the Director of the Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI) at the University of California, San Francisco. Allison has nearly 15 years of experience working alongside and in service of ministries of health on malaria elimination strategy, policy, program implementation, and operational research. During her tenure with the MEI, Allison established the MEI’s vector control and surveillance portfolio of work, including research on innovative vector control tools and entomological surveillance strengthening through technical assistance, capacity development, and decision-tool deployment. As a member of the MEI’s leadership team, Allison has worked to expand partnerships and shape the MEI’s strategy, including the MEI’s approach to targeting and tailoring of malaria elimination approaches, supporting subnational-level problem-solving and impact.

    Prior to joining the MEI, Allison worked with the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) in southern Africa on regional and country malaria elimination efforts, and also in Boston where she coordinated CHAI’s HIV, TB, and Health Financing efforts across the organization. In these earlier roles, Allison led various projects including those on mass mosquito net distribution, elimination advocacy, and mobile health for malaria diagnosis and surveillance; and contributed to national malaria elimination strategic plans, national guidelines, and program evaluations.

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    Strengthening domestic financing and preparedness for donor transitions in the Asia Pacific
    Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation INV-026998Nov 1, 2021 - Jun 30, 2023
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Description: This grant supports MEI team members to transfer its Sustainability Model to regional partners to institutionalize malaria budget advocacy, donor transition, and broader sustainability activities for malaria elimination and prevention of reestablishment of transmission, as well as conduct applied research on domestic financing and program integration
    Equipping countries for evidence-based malaria intervention strategies
    Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation INV-024346Mar 31, 2021 - Mar 30, 2024
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
    Description: This grant supports MEI staff and faculty to provide technical assistance, capacity strengthening, and applied research on entomological, high-risk population, and molecular surveillance with ministries of health to guide targeting and tailoring of malaria strategies.
    Project BITE (Bite Interruption Toward Elimination)
    Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through the Innovative Vector Control Consortium Jan 1, 2020 - Jun 30, 2023
    Role: UCSF Award Principal Investigator
    Description: The goal of this research program is to evaluate the efficacy, acceptability, and feasibility of a "forest pack" of bite prevention tools, including spatial repellents, topical repellents, and insecticide treated clothing, to reduce exposure to Anopheles bites and contribute to the elimination of malaria in Cambodia and the Greater Mekong Subregion.
    Achieving Global Malaria Eradication through Accelerated Regional Elimination
    Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation INV-009652Nov 6, 2016 - Dec 31, 2022
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Description: This grant supports MEI team members across research, capacity strengthening, technical assistance, tool development, policy advocacy, and consensus building activities to generate evidence and accelerate progress toward national, regional, and global elimination of malaria.

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    1. Human and vector behaviors determine exposure to Anopheles in Namibia. Parasit Vectors. 2022 Nov 17; 15(1):436. Mwema T, Lukubwe O, Joseph R, Maliti D, Iitula I, Katokele S, Uusiku P, Walusimbi D, Ogoma SB, Tambo M, Gueye CS, Williams YA, Vajda E, Tatarsky A, Eiseb SJ, Mumbengegwi DR, Lobo NF. PMID: 36397152; PMCID: PMC9673320.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions:    Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsPHPublic Health
    2. Comparison of entomological impacts of two methods of intervention designed to control Anopheles gambiae s.l. via swarm killing in Western Burkina Faso. Sci Rep. 2022 07 20; 12(1):12397. Sawadogo SP, Niang A, Wu SL, Millogo AA, Bonds J, Latham M, Dabiré RK, Tatarsky A, Tripet F, Diabaté A. PMID: 35858978; PMCID: PMC9297277.
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    3. Application of an innovative grid-based surveillance strategy to ensure elimination and prevent reintroduction of malaria in high-risk border communities in China. BMC Public Health. 2022 07 14; 22(1):1347. Lu SN, Ding W, Wang JZ, Yin SQ, Li SG, Zhou XW, Xu QL, Sun XD, Cotter C, Hsiang MS, Tatarsky A, Gosling R, Lv S, Wang DQ. PMID: 35836156; PMCID: PMC9282898.
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    4. To spray or target mosquitoes another way: focused entomological intelligence guides the implementation of indoor residual spraying in southern Mozambique. Malar J. 2022 Jul 10; 21(1):215. Alafo C, Martí-Soler H, Máquina M, Malheia A, Aswat AS, Koekemoer LL, Colborn J, Lobo NF, Tatarsky A, Williams YA, Marrenjo D, Cuamba N, Rabinovich R, Alonso P, Aide P, Saúte F, Paaijmans KP. PMID: 35820899; PMCID: PMC9275269.
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    5. Achieving malaria elimination in China. Lancet Public Health. 2021 12; 6(12):e871-e872. Cao J, Newby G, Cotter C, Hsiang MS, Larson E, Tatarsky A, Gosling RD, Xia Z, Gao Q. PMID: 34838192; PMCID: PMC9022785.
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    6. Anopheles drivers of persisting malaria transmission in Guna Yala, Panamá: an operational investigation. Malar J. 2021 Nov 24; 20(1):443. Ávila MI, Vajda ÉA, Gutiérrez EJ, Gibson DA, Renteria MM, Presley N, O'Reilly D, Burton TA, Tatarsky A, Lobo NF. PMID: 34819092; PMCID: PMC8611962.
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    7. Report of the 2018 annual meeting of the Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network Vector Control Working Group: harnessing skills and knowledge for malaria elimination across the Asia Pacific. Parasit Vectors. 2021 May 29; 14(1):290. Dahmash L, Tatarsky A, Espino FE, Chareonviriyaphap T, Macdonald MB, Prachumsri JS, Srivastava P, Rundi C, Hii J. PMID: 34051831; PMCID: PMC8164307.
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    8. History of malaria control in Rwanda: implications for future elimination in Rwanda and other malaria-endemic countries. Malar J. 2020 Oct 07; 19(1):356. Karema C, Wen S, Sidibe A, Smith JL, Gosling R, Hakizimana E, Tanner M, Noor AM, Tatarsky A. PMID: 33028337; PMCID: PMC7539391.
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    9. District-level approach for tailoring and targeting interventions: a new path for malaria control and elimination. Malar J. 2020 Mar 30; 19(1):125. Gosling R, Chimumbwa J, Uusiku P, Rossi S, Ntuku H, Harvard K, White C, Tatarsky A, Chandramohan D, Chen I. PMID: 32228595; PMCID: PMC7106871.
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    10. Expanding the Vector Control Toolbox for Malaria Elimination: A Systematic Review of the Evidence. Adv Parasitol. 2018; 99:345-379. Williams YA, Tusting LS, Hocini S, Graves PM, Killeen GF, Kleinschmidt I, Okumu FO, Feachem RGA, Tatarsky A, Gosling RD. PMID: 29530309.
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    11. Attacking the mosquito on multiple fronts: Insights from the Vector Control Optimization Model (VCOM) for malaria elimination. PLoS One. 2017; 12(12):e0187680. Kiware SS, Chitnis N, Tatarsky A, Wu S, Castellanos HMS, Gosling R, Smith D, Marshall JM. PMID: 29194440; PMCID: PMC5711017.
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    12. Malaria Elimination and Eradication. Major Infectious Diseases. 2017. Shretta R, Liu J, Cotter C, Cohen J, Dolenz C, Makomva K, Newby G, Ménard D, Phillips A, Tatarsky A, Gosling R, Feachem R. View Publication.
    13. Developing an expanded vector control toolbox for malaria elimination. BMJ Glob Health. 2017; 2(2):e000211. Killeen GF, Tatarsky A, Diabate A, Chaccour CJ, Marshall JM, Okumu FO, Brunner S, Newby G, Williams YA, Malone D, Tusting LS, Gosling RD. PMID: 28589022; PMCID: PMC5444090.
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    14. Preventing the reintroduction of malaria in Mauritius: a programmatic and financial assessment. PLoS One. 2011; 6(9):e23832. Tatarsky A, Aboobakar S, Cohen JM, Gopee N, Bheecarry A, Moonasar D, Phillips AA, Kahn JG, Moonen B, Smith DL, Sabot O. PMID: 21912645; PMCID: PMC3166284.
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    15. Costs and financial feasibility of malaria elimination. Lancet. 2010 Nov 06; 376(9752):1604-15. Sabot O, Cohen JM, Hsiang MS, Kahn JG, Basu S, Tang L, Zheng B, Gao Q, Zou L, Tatarsky A, Aboobakar S, Usas J, Barrett S, Cohen JL, Jamison DT, Feachem RG. PMID: 21035839; PMCID: PMC3044845.
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