Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Population Health, where I am jointly appointed in the Division of Healthcare Delivery Sciences and the Division of Medical Ethics. This joint appointment reflects my interest both in empirical work describing the world as it is and normative scholarship about how the world ought to be. I primarily study US health care through an organizational lens, applying theoretical frameworks from business ethics and political philosophy to managerial and policy dilemmas.
Some of my recent publications have explored hospital's scope of legitimate responsibilities, the role of trust in health care delivery and the community-based organizations' responses to Medicaid's emphasis on social determinants.
PhD from Harvard University
Milbank quarterly. 2023 Mar; 101(1):126-178
American journal of health promotion. 2022 Apr 06; 8901171221085452
Preventive medicine (1972). 2021 Dec; 153:106751
Pediatrics (1948). 2021 Oct; 148(4):
Milbank quarterly. 2021 03; 99(1):171-208
Rethinking American Grand Strategy. [S.l.] : Oxford University Press, 2021. p.63-79. (5001562)
American journal of preventive medicine. 2019 12; 57(6 Suppl 1):S74-S81
Perspectives in biology & medicine. 2019 12; 62(4):657-674