I frequently engage in public commentary and publish policy-oriented writing on my research findings. I was selected to join the 2020 cohort of the Bridging the Gap Project‘s New Era Workshop, dedicated to bringing rigorous academic research into the policy sphere. See below for selected publications on philanthropy in health emergencies, international cooperation in the COVID-19 response, and other topics in global health and U.S. foreign policy. A full list of interviews and media publications is available on my C.V.
Selected Interviews and Policy Writing
Researchers’ Roundtable. COVIDCalls Podcast #309, hosted by Scott Gabriel Knowles. July 13, 2021. Online here.
“The World Health Organization and Pandemics.” What’s New Podcast, hosted by Dan Cohen. October 13, 2020. Online here.
“How Funding the WHO Benefits US Foreign Policy,” Policy brief circulated on Capitol Hill by Georgetown University O’Neill Institute for Global Health Law. June 2, 2020. Online here.
“Withdrawing from the WHO would hurt global security – and global respect for the U.S.,” Monkey Cage blog, Washington Post. May 20, 2020. Online here.
“What Money Can (and Can’t) Buy for the Global Coronavirus Response.” Duck of Minerva. February 28, 2020. Online here.
Expert Interview on global health governance, US foreign policy, and the novel coronavirus, CNN International. February 2, 2020. Online here.
“Book Review: The Power Behind Global Health.” Review of Governing Global Health: Who Runs the World and Why? By Chelsea Clinton and Devi Sridhar (Oxford University Press 2017). With Michael R. Snyder. Global Observatory. August 29, 2017. Online here.