Founder and CEO, Muso; Assistant Professor, University of California San Francisco Institute for Global Health Sciences
Ari Johnson is co-founder and CEO of Muso and an assistant professor at University of California San Francisco Institute for Global Health Sciences. Over the past twelve years, he has supported Muso to design and build Proactive Care, a strategy for solving the global child mortality crisis. Johnson has conducted research at UCSF, National Institutes of Health, the International Health Institute, the Medical Research Council of South Africa, Brown University, Harvard University, and the Kuvin Center for the Study of Infectious and Tropical Diseases. He has published peer-reviewed articles and essays in the fields of infectious disease, health systems design, socioeconomic determinants of health, AIDS, and migration.