Adolescent health: One quarter of global population receiving only 1.6% of funding

A study published in JAMA Network Open by faculty member Chunling Lu of the Harvard Medical School has found that in developing countries, those in their formative years—a segment of the population that is critical for future economic health— is being overlooked when it comes to spending on health projects, particularly ones focused on serious issues such as anemia, injuries and depressive disorders. The findings have received attention in the press including,, and Learn more in this interview with Chunling Lu on