Jenae Logan, MSc
Deputy Director of New Initiatives & Executive Education
Jenae Logan has a MSc in Global Health, a BSc in Biology, and a Certificate in Genome Science and Policy, all from Duke University. Ms. Logan’s academic research experiences include developing a Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) video training series for students and staff at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Center in Moshi, Tanzania; and researching ethical, legal and social issues surrounding prenatal genetic testing technologies in low-resource settings.
Prior to joining the UGHE team, Ms. Logan worked as a Research Analyst with the Duke Global Health Institute’s One Health research group. She has also spent several years in research and administrative roles with the Chordoma Foundation, a non-profit devoted to accelerating research and building a patient support network for patients with the rare cancer chordoma.