Health Management and Policy Results

    • Travis Donahoe

      Uncovering What Makes Some Places Healthier Than Others

      Travis Donahoe

      Growing up in Appalachia, Travis Donahoe has always been curious about health care disparities and what makes certain places healthier than others. Read more

    • Daniel Lee

      From Taiwan to Ann Arbor

      Shoou-Yih Daniel Lee

      I always felt hungry for knowledge. Pursuing an academic career was completely foreign to me. I didn’t know anyone who had gotten a PhD. But I knew I wanted to learn. Read more

    • Christopher Clarke

      Christopher Clarke

      Christopher Clarke

      "I think this next generation is about change. I'm hopeful that this group will take the resources that they've been given—and the challenge—and really work to be the changers that we need them to be." Read more

    • Andrew Ryan

      Andrew Ryan

      Andrew Ryan

      The United States spends more on health care than any other developed country, yet the quality of health care and life expectancy in the US are well below its peer nations. That discrepancy is the impetus for Andrew Ryan's research. Read more

    • Pat Oungpasuk

      Pat Oungpasuk

      Pat Oungpasuk

      I stumbled on community health classes my sophomore year. I thought, this is everything I wanted. I care about people, health and helping communities as much as possible. It allowed me to draw knowledge from different fields to address the health needs of the population. Read more

    • Leah Abrams

      Leah Abrams

      Leah Abrams

      Through Innovation in Action, I connected to students across campus to find solutions to public health problems. It becomes a big part of your life when you're doing it. Read more