Stephanie is a senior at Harvard College studying Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology, as well as Global Health and Health Policy. She is currently researching the effects of different provider payment methods, and hopes to pursue a career that combines her interests in medicine and global health.
Zijing Cheng (aka. Flora) is a second-year Master of Science student in Global Health and Population department at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Previously, she obtained her bachelor’s degree at the University of Rochester, where she was a triple major in Health Policy, Financial Economics, and Mathematics. Her research interests include health economics, health care financing, and health care system reform.
Yian Fang (方一安)
Yian Fang is a Master of Science student in the Department of Global Health and Population at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. His research focuses on designing and evaluating systemic social experiments for development, and analyzing political economy of health reform. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Preventive Medicine and Law from Sichuan University, China.
Hongqiao Fu (付虹桥)
Hongqiao FU worked on systematic-level reform at public hospitals.
Min Hu (胡敏)
Min HU worked on Analysis of Provider Payment Reform on Advancing China’s Health (APPROACH).
Weiyan Jian (简伟研)
Weiyan JIAN worked on Analysis of Provider Payment Reform on Advancing China’s Health (APPROACH).
Limei JING worked on basic medical insurance (BMI) system reform.
Lele Li (李乐乐)
Worked on an analysis of the payment policies for public healthcare insurance and public hospitals reform in pilot cities such as Chengdu, Jinhua, Yuxi, Taian, Taiyuan, and Wulumuqi. When a visiting scholar, Lele LI was a Ph.D. candidate at the School of Public Policy and Management of Tsinghua University.
Lingchen Liu (刘凌晨)
Lingchen LIU worked on assessing the sustainability of social security funds, improving actuarial models, and analyzing the labor supply effect of health insurance. He obtained his doctor’s degree from Nankai University, China, and when a visiting scholar, he was a post-doctoral fellow at Fudan University.