Janet Currie has been named chair of Princeton University’s Department of Economics.
Notes from the Field
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.
Heather Howard comments on the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana health insurance enrollment event in Shreveport.
James Trussell comments on recent developments in access to the morning after pill.
CHW affiliate Jeff Hammer discusses implications of new research on the quality of primary care in low-income countries.
According to CHW affiliate Dr. James Trussell, the number one cause of birth control failure is a lack of adherence: "Any medicine that people are supposed to take every day can easily be forgotten."
Click on the interactive map for snapshots of CHW-sponsored global health activities in Vietnam, Turkey, Germany, Brazil and Australia.
Talk title: "Climate Change, Global Health, and Human Rights"