The UCLA Fielding School of Public Health provides students with access to outstanding faculty from an array of research areas. The Department of Health Policy and Management, in particular, is honored to have world-renowned faculty members committed to educating the next generation of managers, policy analysts, researchers and academics.
The Department's research and training programs draw on distinguished faculty who span the fields of health policy, organizational theory and behavior, management, economics, medicine, law, sociology, and statistics. Their expertise encompasses the arenas of policy analysis and applied research, management of public and private institutions, clinical practice, and entrepreneurship.
The UCLA Health Policy and Management faculty are diverse in their interdisciplinary training and ethnic and racial composition, and have received numerous prestigious awards and recognitions for their work.
Additional honors include the America Public Health Association’s Sedgewick Medal, the American Psychiatric Association’s Research Prize, the Alvin P. Shapiro Award and an appointment to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Servces’ Physical Activity Guidelines Committee.