Principal Technical Advisor, Global Health Security
Anton Luchytsky is a global health expert with more than 20 years of experience managing and implementing public health projects in developing countries. In his current role at MSH, focuses on the design and development of strategies and solutions for improved global health security, coordination of operations, and program development.
Prior to joining MSH in 2016, Anton worked as the regional program manager for GAIN's multinational program in Central Asia, Afghanistan and Pakistan. From 1997 to 2014, he worked as a senior program manager for PATH, providing managerial and technical direction to a range of programs including USAID's Global Demographic and Health Surveys Program, DTRA's Cooperative Biological Engagement Program in Tanzania, CDC- and USAID-funded pandemic influenza and surveillance projects in Ukraine and Georgia, as well as maternal, child health and nutrition programs in Zambia and India. Anton also provided direction to immunization management information projects in Ukraine and Yemen and GAVI's Vaccine Introduction Initiative policy activities in Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, and Armenia.
Previously, Anton worked for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, and as a physician in an infectious diseases hospital. He holds an MD from the Ukrainian National Medical University, and an MBA from the University of Wales. He is fluent in Ukrainian and Russian.