PhD Candidate in Health Policy (G5, Management)
Lauren Taylor is a fifth-year doctoral student in health policy and management. Her primary domestic interest is in understanding how organizations are changing to attend to social, behavioral and environmental determinants of health. Globally, she studies the ethics of global health research and project management. Prior to joining the Health Policy program, she graduated as a Presidential Scholar from Harvard's Divinity School in 2015 where she earned a Master of Divinity. During that time, Lauren was a fellow at the Harvard Global Health Institute and Petrie Flom Center for Health Law, Policy and Biotechnology at Harvard Law School. In 2013, Lauren and Elizabeth H. Bradley, PhD jointly authored The American Health Care Paradox, which has been featured in media outlets such as CSPAN, MSNBC, The New York Times and The New Yorker. Lauren received a BA in the History of Science/History of Medicine and Master in Public Health from Yale University.