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University of the Philippines Manila
Lulu Bravo is a Professor Emeritus at the College of Medicine, University of the Philippines
Manila. She is the former Vice Chancellor for Research and Executive Director of the National
Institutes of Health, University of the Philippines Manila (2005 – 2011) and current head of the
Vaccine Study Group of the NIH – UPM.
She is the President of the Immunization Partners in Asia Pacific (IPAP), current Executive
Director and past President of the International Society of Tropical Pediatrics (ISTP) 2008 – 2011,
past Chair and Founder of the Asian Strategic Alliance for Pneumococcal Disease Prevention
(ASAP) 2007 – 2011, and Executive Director, Sec-General (1998 – 2006) & past President of the
Asian Society for Pediatric Infectious Disease (ASPID) 2006 – 2008. She has served in various
capacities in many other Asian medical and professional societies and as WHO Technical
Advisor. She has served as well in national medical organizations such as PMA, PPS, PIDPS,
PSMID and the Philippine Foundation for Vaccination (PFV) of which she is the founding
President and current Executive Director. In the international scene, she is a member of the Rota
Council, Pneumococcal Awareness Council of Experts (PACE) and member of the Dengue
Vaccine Initiative (DVI). Her work has earned for her various national and international honors
and awards in the professional, academic and research fields, including the Outstanding
Physician (2009) and the prestigious Dr. Jose P. Rizal Memorial Award for Academe (2011) given
by Philippine Medical Association, the 2012 Asian Outstanding Pediatrician Award given by the
Asia Pacific Pediatric Association and 2018 Outstanding Professional in Medicine given by the
Professional Regulation Commission of the Philippines. In 2008, she presented both written and
oral evidence to the UK’s House of Commons to justify the $ 2.5 Billion vaccination advance
market commitment to provide needed vaccines for the developing world. She was named
Pneumonia Fighter in 2018 by the JustActions Organization, a US-based advocacy
movement and corporation associated with People Empowerment.
Dr. Lulu Bravo completed her MD, pediatric residency and subspecialty training in infectious
disease at Philippine General Hospital-College of Medicine of the University of the Philippines
Manila. She supplemented her fellowship in pediatric infectious disease at the University of Texas
Southwestern Health Science Center in Dallas, USA in 1986. She has published more than 100
scientific articles, books and book chapters in both local and international circles






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