News & Publications
Sandro Galea (2006 Awardee) in "Scientists are quickly mobilizing to protest Trump" in Vox, January 27, 2017, elected inaugural president of the Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science, 2016 and invited to serve as
Dorothy Roberts (Alumna 2007) received a Fels Policy Research Initiative's Inaugural Collaborative Research Grant on April 13, 2016. The grant recognizes faculty who work across disciplinary boundaries on complext problems.
Cynthia A. Connolly (Awardee 2009) awarded a fellowship from "The National Endowment for the Humanities" "Children, Drug Therapy, and Pharmaceuticals in the United States, 1906-1979" on December 21, 2015
Sherry A Glied (Awardee 1995) named member of the "NeuroRX Board of Directors" based on a NeuroRX article, "NeuroRx Provides Clinical Development Update for Cyclurad(TM), a Novel Treatment for Acute Suicidal Crisis in Bipolar Disorder" on December 16, 2015
Joseph Fins named Yale Law School Solomon Center Distinguished Scholar in Medicine, Bioethics and the Law
Joseph Fins (Awardee 2006) was named Yale Law School Solomon Center Distinguished Scholar in Medicine, Bioethics and the Law in July. In this new role, Dr. Fins plans to continue working with students on projects that focus on legal issues related to patients with severe brain injuries. November 20, 2015
Miriam Laugesen (2009 Awardee) receives a grant from NIHCM for research project entitled ‘Evaluation of Affordable Care Act Policies to Encourage Accurate Prices for Medicare Services’ on November 13, 2015.
Frank Thompson (2007 Awardee) was awarded the Best Article Award for "The Administrative Presidency and Fractious Federalism: The Case of Obamacare", from the Organized Section on Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations, by the American Political Science Association, September 2015.
Daniel Carpenter (2003 Awardee) recieved the Mary Parker Follett Award for Best Article on Politics and History for "When Canvassers Become Activists: Antislavery Petitioning and the Political Mobilization of American Women," from the Organized Section of Politics and History by The American Political Science Association, September 201