Aging

Shuji Tsuda

Stretching His Border to Prevent Dementia: A Physician's Shift to Public Health

Shuji Tsuda

Shuji Tsuda worked as a family physician in Japan for over a decade. In that time, he cared for those suffering from dementia but became frustrated by his inability to prevent their deterioration. With public health training, he aims to transform care to prevent cases, and better treat those with dementia in the US and Japan. Read more

Mark Anderson

Never Stop Learning: Physician's Pursuit to Always Be Better

Mark Anderson, MD

What does an established physician have to gain from going back to school to earn an MPH? According to Mark Anderson, participating in the Population and Health Sciences program earns him the ability to stay pertinent in the advancing world of health care. 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