Jinyi Zhu Receives HCHP Research Award

Head shot of Jinyi Zhu

Jinyi Zhu, PhD student in Health Policy and Decision Sciences at CHDS, received a research award from the Harvard China Health Partnership (HCHP) to support her doctoral dissertation research and field work in China. HCHP Research Awards provide financial support for full-time Harvard students and post-doctoral fellows to conduct research on public health issues in China, with a priority on health systems or health policy issues. Zhu will work closely with Ankur Pandya and Winnie Yip at Harvard Chan, as well as collaborators at the China National Clinical Research Center for Neurological Diseases, on a project to evaluate the health and economic impact of the quality of stroke care in China.

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