Lauren A. Taylor
PhD, MDiv, MPH
Lauren A. Taylor, PhD, MDiv, MPH, is an assistant professor in the Department of Population Health at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. She primarily studies health care through an organizational lens, applying theoretical frameworks form business ethics and political philosophy to managerial and policy dilemmas. At NYU, she teaches health policy and leadership courses to masters and undergraduate students. She holds a PhD from Harvard Business School, an MDiv from Harvard Divinity School, and an MPH from Yale School of Public Health.
Housing & Health Equity for Older Adults: Findings from the COVID-19 RECAPP ReportRead the Post
PRESS RELEASE 10-16-2018: What Makes a Good Life in Late Life? Citizenship and Justice in Aging SocietiesRead the PostPageThe United States is an aging society, where one in five people will be 65 or older by 2035. While bioethics scholarship on aging has historically concerned itself with issues at the end of life and the medical care of patients with chronic or progressive conditions, it is time for bioethics to look ...Read the Post
What Makes a Good Life in Late Life? Citizenship and Justice in Aging SocietiesRead the Post