Anne Stangl


Anne Stangl is a senior behavioral scientist at the International Center for Research on Women. She has 16 years of international public health experience in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean with a focus on stigma, qualitative and quantitative research methods, research design, statistical analysis, systematic reviews, and monitoring and evaluation. She is also actively engaged in utilizing research findings to inform global policy and action.

Latest Articles

Opinion: We need to break down barriers for adolescent girls living with HIV. Here's how.
23 Jul 2018

Adolescent girls with HIV face unique and significant barriers to reaching their full potential. Two ICRW experts explain why girls should be a focus at this year's AIDS 2018 conference.