Join us in welcoming Health Policy Research Scholars’ newest cohort

This innovative group of scholars represents a wide array of fields, backgrounds, and experiences. They will work together in applying their research to advance equitable and inclusive policy and practice that allows everyone the opportunity to live the healthiest life possible. Here is just a glimpse of the remarkable people joining our third cohort. Get ready to be inspired!

Deniss Martinez, PhD student (Photo credit: Laura Galvez)

Deniss Martinez, a doctoral student in ecology, is conducting research with indigenous communities to elevate their perspectives and include their expertise in difficult conversations about environmental injustice, climate change, resource depletion, and habitat destruction.

Benjamin Carter, PhD student

Benjamin Carter, a doctoral student in political science, is bridging the gap between academia and government, using economic experiments and public opinion research to find real-world policy solutions, challenging society to deliver more equitable health care and minimize fiscal waste.

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Health Policy Research Scholars is just one of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s leadership programs.

Meet the newest leaders from Culture of Health Leaders, Clinical Scholars, and Interdisciplinary Research Leaders who will be joining minds and efforts with our fellows to expand their thinking and impact.

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