Janet Currie and Hannes Schwandt led a study on birth outcomes among pregnant women living near the World Trade Center during 9/11.
Notes from the Field
Raphael Frankfurter '13 participated in a live video chat with CHW affiliate Joao Biehl on the response to the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.
CHW affiliate Noreen Goldman co-authored a study that used data from a longitudinal sample of Taiwanese older adults and showed how a husband's declining health could put Taiwanese women at risk for health issues.
CHW affiliate Howard discusses how states can minimize disruptions for new health insurance enrollees transitioning between types of coverage.
Uwe Reinhardt discusses states and the Medicaid expansion in his article "A Deal Too Good to Turn Down, Unless It’s Medicaid".
Andrea Graham led a study demonstrating the evolutionary importance of an individual's infection tolerance.
Raphi Frankfurter '13 heads Sierra Leone's Wellbody Alliance, which is playing a crucial role in responding to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
CHW affiliate Heather Howard discusses the recent DC Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on subsidies to enrollees in the federal exchange.
The Health Grand Challenge sponsored a research project on antibiotic consumption and resistance around the world.
CHW affiliate Noreen Goldman led a study on health consequences of migration among Mexican immigrants to the U.S., published in Demography.