Several La Follette School faculty members conduct research on key issues in health policy and health services, including the relationship between social factors – such as poverty, education, and housing – and health.
Their interdisciplinary work bridges economics, sociology, population health sciences, education, and various other fields of study.
Nursing Home Use Expectations and Wealth Accumulation Among Older Adults
Families' and Residents' Perspectives of the Quality of Nursing Home Care: Implications for Composite Quality Measures
Health policy and genetic endowments: Understanding sources of response to Minimum Legal Drinking Age laws
Childhood Origins Of Intergenerational Health Mobility In The United States
Genetic Risks, Adolescent Health and Schooling Attainment
Local exposure to school shootings and youth antidepressant use
Where and When: Sharpening the Lens on Geographic Disparities in Mortality
The Influence of Early-life Economic Shocks on Long-term Outcomes: Evidence from the U.S Great Depression
The Interaction of Health, Genetics, and Occupational Demands in SSDI Determinations
Center for Demography and Ecology
Center for Demography of Health and Aging
Evidence-Based Health Policy Project
Global Health Institute
UW–Madison Center for Patient Partnerships