Dóra Illei is a Research Assistant at AcademyHealth supporting a number of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grantmaking programs. Her responsibilities include managing the grant application process for special topic solicitations, providing logistical support for convening activities, writing policy briefs and one-pagers to help disseminate research findings, and supporting the programs’ communications strategy.

Prior to joining AcademyHealth in November 2017, she worked as a development and fundraising intern at Families USA, where she supported both individual and institutional giving programs. She received her bachelor’s degree in Global Development Studies from the University of Virginia. 

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Health Data for Action

AcademyHealth supports the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Health Data for Action (HD4A) program, the newest research program from the Foundation. HD4A equips researchers with valuable data—information that can help them better answer important questions.

Engaging Businesses for Health

AcademyHealth manages the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Engaging Businesses for Health project, which awarded eight research studies in 2017 to build the evidence base for how private-sector investment can help build a Culture of Health—promoting greater well-being and health equity for all.