Fabio Scano is a medical doctor and public health specialist with 20 years of experience in public health programs. He currently supervises all communicable and non-communicable disease programs at the World Health Organization (WHO). His role is also to strengthen the National Regulatory Authority for medicine, vaccines, and other health products.
Fabio began his career with the WHO in 2001 in the Stop TB Department, where he helped develop policies to provide diagnosis and care to those co-infected with both TB and HIV in low and middle-income countries. Fabio also collaborates with the Aspen Institute on initiatives aimed at placing health at the center of a broader development agenda.