The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholars in Health Policy Research Program is a two-year fellowship targeted to outstanding new PhDs in economics, political science, and sociology to advance their involvement in health policy research.
The program enables up to 9 individuals to spend two years at one of three nationally prominent universities, Harvard University, the University of California at Berkeley (in collaboration with the University of California at San Francisco), and The University of Michigan.
COHORT 21 SCHOLARS
(2014 - 2016)
University of California at Berkeley / San Francisco
Economics - Andrew Goodman-Bacon (2014 PhD, University of Michigan)
Political Science - Meredith Sadin (2014 PhD, Princeton University)
Sociology - Armando Lara-Millan (2013 PhD, Northwestern University), President's Diversity Initiative Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Delaware
Economics - Adam Sacarny (2014 PhD, MIT)
Political Science - Ruth Bloch Rubin (2014 PhD, University of California, Berkeley)
Sociology - Adam Goldstein (2014 PhD, University of California, Berkeley)
University of Michigan
Economics - Nicole Hair (2014 PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Political Science - Jake Haselswerdt (2014 PhD, George Washington University), American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow
Sociology - René Flores (2014 PhD, Princeton University)