The fellowship of Woodrow Wilson Scholars is a small society of scholars designed to stimulate intellectual exchanges between Princeton graduate students and faculty in the social sciences. Graduate fellows work on theses that have policy relevance.
Notes from the Field
In "American Prospect" CHW affiliate Wailoo discusses his book on the evolving politics of pain, suffering, and disability.
Leaders from academia, government, and the private and nonprofit sectors examined implications of big data for NJ's health care system.
Janet Currie is one of the 2014 class of members newly elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
A recent conference at the University of Pennsylvania’s Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, cosponsored by the Center for Health and Wellbeing, brought together health officials, academic researchers, and other industry experts to reflect on the first six months of enrollment.
CHW's Program on U.S. Health Policy has funded a study to examine the impact of the meningitis B vaccine recently offered at Princeton.
Janet Currie has been named chair of Princeton University’s Department of Economics.
Katja Guenther is a physician, neuroscientist and historian who studies the history of modern medicine and the mind sciences.
In a Woodrow Wilson School lecture, Ezekiel Emanuel outlined health care megatrends that he argues will dramatically alter American health care by 2025.
Cheng, a health policy research analyst at the Woodrow Wilson School, was the lead witness at the Subcommittee on Primary Health and Aging's hearing.