News

Kaiser Health News quotes Heather Howard
April 8, 2015

Howard comments on state responses to "churning", in which consumers shift between eligibility for Medicaid and health coverage through the insurance exchanges.

Read the full story on the Kaiser…

Princeton's 2015 Fung Forum will examine Ebola crisis
April 5, 2015
The upcoming Princeton-Fung Global Forum, to be held in Dublin in November 2015, focuses on the multidisciplinary aspects of global health.
Tienda elected to National Academy of Education
April 1, 2015
Marta Tienda was selected for her outstanding scholarship related to education. (Photo by Sameer A. Khan)
CHW alumni engage in the Ebola response
March 27, 2015
CHW faculty and alumni comment on and respond to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Study projects increased antibiotic consumption in livestock
March 27, 2015
The Health Grand Challenge co-sponsored the study "Global trends in antimicrobial use in food animals", which estimates a 67 percent increase worldwide between 2010 and 2030.
NY Times quotes Heather Howard
March 24, 2015

Heather Howard comments on an apparent slow-down in health care enrollments among state-run marketplaces.

Read the full story on the NY Times website

 
The New Yorker quotes Janet Currie
March 20, 2015

Currie comments on the implications of a proposed policy that would permit pregnant women to sign up for private health insurance outside of the usual enrollment period.

Read the full story on The New Yorker website

GHP student excels on the court and in the classroom
March 16, 2015
Global health student and scholar-athlete Alex Wheatley '16 is profiled on the Princeton University website.
Metcalf and Grenfell explore link between Ebola and measles susceptibility
March 16, 2015
Jessica Metcalf and Bryan Grenfell are investigating how the Ebola outbreak may increase measles susceptibility in affected countries.
Currie comments on the Affordable Care Act
March 11, 2015
Janet Currie discusses the long-term economic consequences of public health insurance for children.