Institute for COVID-19 Vaccination Advocacy - Staff Member
Human Development Group - Staff Member
The American Academy for the Advancement of Science - Member
Anthony Salandy has designed, researched, and analyzed data from patient-centered research studies for Mount Sinai, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the University of Delaware, the National Institutes of Health, international humanitarian organizations, state governments, and more, as well as drafted peer-review papers and policy brief on findings. He is the founder and executive director of the Institute for COVID-19 Vaccination Advocacy with the mission of providing evidence-based and patient-centered programming to decrease COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy.
Salandy has written several op-eds and white papers translating patient-centered research findings for the general public and developed numerous system and program-level monitoring and evaluation frameworks. He has served the last 10 years as Director of Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation Departments for public health and humanitarian organizations and has in-depth experience guiding strategic planning for research and public health initiatives.
Salanady holds a doctorate and master of science in human development and a bachelor of science in biomedical science. He has served on the New York City Mayor's Review Committee on Maternal Mortality and Morbidity.
- Data Analysis
- Prioritizing and/or refining the research topic or agenda
- Prioritizing and/or refining research questions
- Data Collection
- Participant Recruitment/Retention
- Determining the research outcomes that will be measured
- Determining the intervention(s) provided to research subjects
- Designing research study methods