Barbara Wolfe published an article in Demography, “The Influence of Early-Life Health Conditions on Life Course Health,” read the article here.
Wisconsin Public Radio Features Tom Oliver about Medicare and its Solvency
Listen to WPR about the Medicare system. You can listen to the entire interview here.
Tiffany Green Quoted in NY Times Article, “Childbirth Is Deadlier for Black Families Even When They’re Rich, Expansive Study Finds”
Tiffany Green featured in New York Times Article, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2023/02/12/upshot/child-maternal-mortality-rich-poor.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share&referringSource=articleShare with NYTimes log in or here.
Rebecca Myerson’s article makes Health Affairs Journal top ten most-read articles of 2022
Health Affairs journal published their list of 2022’s ten most-read articles and Rebecca Myerson’s article made #4 on the list. Personalized Telephone Outreach Increased Health Insurance Take-Up For Hard-To-Reach Populations, But Challenges Remain Rebecca Myerson …
Ajay Sethi Featured in SMPH Quarterly Magazine as one of the “Heroes of the Pandemic”
SMPH faculty members share their experiences related to COVID-19 and the ramifications of the pandemic on individuals, families, and communities in the latest issue of the Quarterly Magazine.
Natascha Merten Appointed to Assistant Professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences
The Department of Population Health Sciences (PHS) welcomes Dr. Natascha Merten as an assistant professor. In addition to her primary appointment in PHS, Dr. Merten will have a joint appointment in the Department of Medicine, …
Rebecca Myerson Featured in American Journal of Health Economics
A pair of studies led by Rebecca Myerson, PhD, MPH, assistant professor of population health sciences, showed that federal funding for the ACA navigator program had a positive impact on enrollment and that the private …
PHS Emeritus David Kindig & Sanne Magnan Launch Podcast about Population Health
In nine podcasts, David Kindig MD, PhD, a population health thought leader, is interviewed by Sanne Magnan MD, PhD about his 50 year population health scholarly and policy journey, including many stories, anecdotes and take-aways. …
Ajay Sethi Featured on CapTimes Ideas Fest Panel
Register for CapTimes to watch Dr. Sethi discuss How Do We Deal with Pandemic Fatigue? Watch the session here.
Jonathan Patz Featured on MSNBC
Jonathan Patz highlights a study on how infectious diseases are adversely affected by climate change and recent legislation around climate. Watch the interview with MSNBC here.