News

Wednesday, Sep 14, 2016
by Center for Health & Wellbeing
Liz Chen and her team have secured funding to develop a sex ed application for middle school students.
Wednesday, Sep 14, 2016
by Sarah M. Binder
Anne Case, Angus Deaton, and Alan Krueger have been named to the Politico 50, a yearly list produced by Politico Magazine, recognizing the key thinkers, doers and visionaries who are behind the most influential ideas in American politics.
Thursday, Sep 8, 2016
by B. Rose Kelly, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
New research by Alin Coman has been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), providing evidence that people synchronize what they remember and what they forget after sharing memories with one another.
Wednesday, Sep 7, 2016
by Sarah M. Binder
Dr. Laura H. Kahn has been awarded for her career accomplishments and contributions to veterinary epidemiology, public health and the One Health effort, which recognizes that the health of humans is connected to the health of animals and the environment.
Tuesday, Sep 6, 2016
by Center for Health & Wellbeing
The article highlights research co-authored by Janet Currie demonstrating the impact of lead exposure on children's test scores.
Tuesday, Sep 6, 2016
by Center for Health & Wellbeing
In two new blog posts, Uwe Reinhardt addresses economic issues related to recent news on prescription drug price increases.
Wednesday, Aug 24, 2016
by Center for Health & Wellbeing
Reinhardt compares the Affordable Care Act to other countries that have achieved universal health insurance coverage in partnership with private insurers.
Monday, Aug 22, 2016
by Center for Health & Wellbeing
Heather Howard was recently featured as a guest on the Backgrounder podcast to discuss her background and work assisting health reform efforts.
Friday, Aug 19, 2016
by Center for Health & Wellbeing
Chorniy appeared on the Fox News Channel to discuss new research linking ADHD medication to decreases in risky behavior.
Thursday, Aug 18, 2016
by Center for Health & Wellbeing
Research from Anna Chorniy finds that ADHD medication can lead to decreases in risky behavior among children and teenagers.

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