- Daniel Kessler, Stanford University
- Date & time:
- Sunday, January 3, 2015, 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
- Parc 55, San Francisco
Cyril Magnin III
The Geneva Association is pleased to announce a special October 2016 issue of The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance &emdash; Issues and Practice on Health.
Indiana University is pleased to host the Seventh Annual Midwest Health Economics Conference (MHEC), to be held April 29-30, 2016, in Bloomington, IN. The conference is sponsored by the Kelly School of Business and the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA).
This annual invitational conference promotes active exchange and discussion of the latest health economics research among senior and junior economists. The conference will consist of a full day of presentations on Friday, April 29, and a half day of presentations on Saturday, April 30. As in the past years, meals will be provided but all other expenses, including transportation and lodging, are the participants’ responsibility. A block of rooms will be reserved on campus at the Indiana Memorial Union.
The University of Louisville School of Public Health & Information Sciences (SPHIS) seeks candidates for a full-time tenure-eligible senior faculty position to take a leadership role in building the School’s capacity in health services research/population health research or applied health economics. The candidate hired will maintain a faculty appointment in the Department of Health Management & Systems Sciences and will play an active role in the research activities of the Commonwealth Institute of Kentucky. In addition, the candidate will serve as Urban Health Policy Chair; a position jointly supported by the School of Public Health and Information Sciences and the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.
Department of Health Services Administration and Policy
Faculty Openings for Senior Researchers
This is an exciting time for the College of Public Health at Temple University. We are experiencing unprecedented growth in our educational and research programs, and the University’s rankings are rapidly climbing. We are also building innovative interdisciplinary graduate programs within the College of Public Health and other Temple schools and colleges. Over the next 4 years, the College will expand its footprint with a new building and add 50 faculty.