Dr. Elizabeth Sully is a Senior Research Scientist at the Guttmacher Institute. Her research focuses on sexual and reproductive health, including abortion measurement, adolescent health, the impact and cost of sexual and reproductive health services, and the sociobehavioral dynamics of HIV transmission. She is Principal Investigator of a multi-year study evaluating the impacts of the Global Gag Rule policy in Ethiopia and Uganda, and leads Guttmacher’s Adding It Up work.
Dr. Sully earned her MA in public affairs and her PhD in public affairs and demography from the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and the Office of Population Research, and she received her BA with Joint Honors in political science and international development studies from McGill University. She is a member of the Population Association of America, the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population and the Union of African Population Studies.