Sarah A. Kornblet is a research fellow for Stimson’s Global Health Security program. Her research focuses on the International Health Regulations, health systems strengthening, global health diplomacy, the intersection of public health and security, and the potential for innovative and dynamic health policy solutions in developing countries.
Prior to joining Stimson, Kornblet worked at a non-profit organization in rural India, where she focused on the improvement of social programs aimed at health and development, particularly for women. She also served as a senior research assistant at the Department of Health Policy at George Washington University. There, she worked on various global and domestic health projects, including the International Health Regulations and US involvement in international health agreements and treaties. Previously, as a practicing attorney, she specialized in food and drug law.
Kornblet has a masters degree in public health from George Washington University, a law degree from Saint Louis University School of Law, and an undergraduate degree in political science from Emory University.
“Comparative Analysis of National Legislation in Support of the Revised International Health Regulations: Potential Models for Implementation in the United States” (December 2010, American Journal of Public Health) – with Rebecca Katz
“Carol Anne Bond v the United States of
America: How a Woman Scorned
Threatened the Chemical Weapons Convention.” Biosecurity and Bioterrorism:
Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science. Volume 9,
Number 3, 2011. – with Anna Muldoon and Rebecca