Professor Sudhir Anand, Emeritus Professor, is appointed Visiting Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine at the Harvard Medical School

Monday, 02 December 2019

Professor Anand, Emeritus Professor of Economics and Fellow of St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford has a new appointment at Harvard University, effective September 2019.

Professor Anand is Visiting Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine at the Harvard Medical School. He has already given a number of seminars at Harvard in October this year and will be visiting again during 1st to 16th of December for research collaboration with colleagues. Professor Anand is involved in a big multi-year research project at Harvard on health equity in Asia, which commences in January 2020.

Professor Anand is an internationally recognised Development Microeconomist having published widely on economic inequality and poverty, undernutrition, health economics, human nutrition, population ethics and other subjects in economics and health. In September 2017 Professor Anand was appointed Centennial Professor at the London School of Economics, based at the International Inequalities Institute.  At LSE he gives PhD classes and a public lecture every year.  In June this year he spoke about Global Health and Inequality alongside Professor Amartya Sen. You can access the podcast for this public lecture here.

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