Incarceration is a risk factor for overdose—but also offers a critical opportunity to save lives with evidence-based treatment.
Pursuing policies that improve the public health, including health economics, health services, advocacy, and preparedness
Joshua Sharfstein, MD, works to develop and promote public health strategies, healthcare payment approaches, and regulatory policies that advance health and equity.
Rajiv Rimal, PhD, MA, is Chair of the Department of Health, Behavior & Society. He works globally on social and behavior change interventions with a focus on gender norms.
Gerard Anderson, PhD, works with policymakers to control health care spending.
Albert Wu, MD, MPH, studies the impact of safety problems on patients and health care workers.