Caterina Hill, MSc
Research Associate, Harvard Medical School, Manager of Research and Evaluation at the Family Van, Co-Investigator, Mobile Health Map
Caterina Hill is a public health epidemiologist who specializes in enabling organizations to evaluate and enhance their impact. Since joining Harvard in 2010, she has focused on the mobile clinic sector and its role in reducing disparities in the U.S.. She has provided training to mobile clinics nationwide about outcomes research. She has been Principal Investigator of “Public Health Quality and Mobile Clinics”, as well as co-Investigator of the national Mobile Health Map project and Manager of Evaluation for the Family Van mobile clinic. She has been awarded the Heart of our Mission award by the American Heart Association for her work. She is currently working with the Commonwealth Care Alliance, a national pioneer in providing care to medically complex, socio-economically disadvantaged populations. Previously she led HIV related epidemiology projects in South Africa and the UK and she started her career in community development. Her expertise is in health disparities, access, quality and health service delivery. She has advanced skills in STATA and NVIVO. She teaches Harvard Medical School students on social medicine and global health, as tutor of their “Essentials of the Professions ” class. She holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Social Anthropology from Pembroke College, Cambridge and a Masters in Demography and Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.