I’m happy to report that we have now picked up not one but two distinguished members this week. Our latest acquisition is Harold Pollack, whom I know from his work on drug policy but who in real life does mostly health-services research. (Earlier today I pointed to Harold’s Daily Kos diary on Obama and health care reform.)
Harold’s CV is here. The one-minute version:
Harold Pollack is a public health researcher at the University of Chicago, where he teaches in the School of Social Service Administration and chairs the Center for Health Administration Studies. He holds a doctorate in public policy from Harvard University. He has published widely at the interface between public policy and public health, mainly in the arena of HIV prevention and substance abuse. He has served on three expert committees convened by the National Academy of Sciences.
Footnote I think I’m entitled to a raise for having recruited two stars in one week. But the cheap SOB who runs this site probably won’t give me one.