Ahmed Belghith

Senior Associate

Ahmed Belghith supports biopharmaceutical manufacturers by conducting research and synthesizing findings across diverse health policy issues.

Before joining Avalere, Ahmed worked as a research fellow in the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, where he focused on virology and immunology, including developing a novel, nanoparticle monkeypox vaccine.

Previously, Ahmed worked as an analyst at the Public Health Institute where he advised nonprofit hospitals and community health organizations on aligning their assets with community needs. He also served as a research assistant in the University of North Carolina School of Medicine examining the genetic drivers of heart disease, and as a medical assistant in a rural primary care clinic where he administered vaccinations and supported care delivery.

Ahmed holds a BS in biology with minors in neuroscience and chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.