This year's Rosenkranz Prize winners embody the spirit of innovation into health care research in the developing world. Jason Andrews is looking at cheap, effective diagnostic tools for infectious diseases, while Marcella Alsan is researching how older girls in poorer countries are impacted by the health of their younger siblings.
Maria Polyakova, an assistant professor of health research and policy at the Stanford School of Medicine, is this year’s recipient of the Ernst-Meyer Prize, which recognizes original research about risk and health insurance economics.
In this video, Paul Wise, the Richard E. Behrman Professor of Child Health and Society at the Stanford School of Medicine and a core faculty member at CHP/PCOR, talks about the impact of war and conflict on the health of children.
Stanford School of Medicine Dean Lloyd Minor told a distinguished group of visiting physicians, engineers, economists and businessmen from India that it was the perfect time to be collaborating with the world’s largest democracy.