Supporting research related to the pandemic and its long-term health and economic implications.
Optimizing insurance and access to health care to provide high-quality health care.
Improving health and reducing health disparities through a more equitable health care system.
Improving the health, well-being, independence, and care of older adults.
Finding sustainable, humane, and effective solutions to the opioid epidemic.
Focusing on how societal events, structural forces, and policies influence the health of populations.
Featured Research Updates
We support and amplify scholarship that shapes and expands the knowledge required to improve population health, health care delivery, and health policy.
Focuses LDI Researchers on Health Economics and Care Delivery Within Penn Medicine
Cynthia Chude Starts Wharton Classes on Escarce-Kington Five-Year Scholarship
Correcting the Correction
Aimed at Enhancing Research Faculty’s Impact Outside of Academics
Largest Cohort of Undergraduate Minority Research Scholars in Program’s 22-Year History
Penn LDI’s working groups convene researchers with common interests to build collaborations and catalyze new activities.
Over 500 LDI Fellows from across the University of Pennsylvania are part of the Penn LDI community.
- Viola MacInnes/ Independence Professor, Biobehavioral Health Sciences, Penn Nursing
- Professor, Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Perelman School of Medicine
- Executive Editor and Host, Tradeoffs Podcast
- Senior Consultant, The Dana Foundation
- MD/MSHP Student, Perelman School of Medicine
- Assistant Professor, Family and Community Health, Penn Nursing
- Attending Physician, Adolescent Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
- MSHP Student, Perelman School of Medicine
- Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Perelman School of Medicine
- Robert G. Putzel Professor Emeritus, Statistics, Wharton School