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Ruger, Jennifer P.

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2006 - Spring


Jennifer P. Ruger, Ph.D., M.Sc., assistant professor in the Global Health Division of the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, was awarded the 2005 Labelle Lectureship in Health Services Research, given annually by McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. The lectureship is given to a young investigator who has a background in health economics and research that spans disciplines, and who challenges existing methods or accepted ideas in the health services community. Ruger’s lecture, “Health and Global Governance: What’s Justice Got to Do With It?,” was presented on October 19.

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