Allison Myers, PhD, MPH
Co-Founder and Executive Director
Counter Tools
205 Lloyd Street, Suite #211
Carrboro, North Carolina, 27510
Work Phone:  919 593 5822

Fellowship Profile

Fellowship Year:  (2017-2018)
Fellowship Assignment(s):
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI)
Discipline / Profession:
Public Health, Public Policy


Allison Myers, Ph.D. is the first full-time director of the Oregon State University Center for Health Innovation, beginning September 2018. Allison earned her MPH and Ph.D. in health behavior from the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow, she served with U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), a member of the Senate Finance Committee. Prior to the fellowship she co-founded and led Counter Tools Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to advancing policy to promote place-based public health. The OSU Center for Health Innovation connects external organizations and Oregon State faculty in discovering innovative solutions to pressing health and wellness issues and builds workforce capacity in public health and the human sciences.

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2019-20 Call for Applications (CFA) Now Closed 

The 2019-20 CFA is now closed. The next CFA will become available in September 2019. If you submitted an application for the 2019-20 CFA, read about the next steps.

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