Dean, Brown University School of Public Health
A practicing physician, Ashish K. Jha, M.D., M.P.H., is recognized globally as an expert on pandemic preparedness and response as well as on health policy research and practice. He has led groundbreaking research around Ebola and is now on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response, leading national and international analysis of key issues and advising state and federal policy makers. Read More >
COVID & The American Workforce | CNBC Work Summit
What to Know About 'Breakthrough Infections' After Being Vaccinated | GMA
COVID-19 Grand Rounds | UCSF School of Medicine
The Power of Evidence in Reforming US Healthcare
"I wanted to send our enormous thanks for being our honored guest on our Wednesdays with Woodward webinar yesterday. The conversation came at such a pivotal time in the pandemic, and your vast knowledge and approachable style certainly helped inspire confidence in the vaccines, provide clarity about the current situation and give hope for the country – not an easy thing to do these days! We appreciate your willingness to share your public health expertise with our attendees, and believe the number of audience questions we received was testament to what a trusted voice you are during this pandemic. We have received such positive feedback already about the program, and are so thankful for your time."
"Dr. Ashish Jha spoke to our group today about the pandemic generally and specifically about vaccines. The preparation for the session was smooth. Dr. Jha made himself available and helped think through the organization and flow. The presentation itself went without a hitch. Dr. Jha presented some prepared remarks and then took about 20 minutes of questions. Throughout the presentation, Dr. Jha was profoundly knowledgeable, spoke about current (i.e. yesterday) information with comfort and command of the topic, was flexible to adapt to the questions, and most importantly, had a kind of humanity and approachability with his style that made the content attractive and digestible. He personalized some of his remarks and made the topic easier for folks to understand. In short, Dr. Jha did a great job and we are supremely grateful. For what it's worth, his role in promoting public health understanding may be among the most important roles for public health people. We need more people like Dr. Jha."
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