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An MPH and Community Medicine physician, Gulrez has an interdisciplinary skill-set. He has explored issues of environmental health and climate change in developing countries. He has interned with World Health Organization and is an Aspen Institute fellow. Besides several research papers his opinion articles have been published across various platforms.
Indian Summer: Three Essays on Heatwave Vulnerability, Estimation and Adaptation
Ellie’s work seeks to improve games used in national security by systematically documenting existing approaches and developing new tools. She designs, executes, and analyzes games that explore novel topics or integrate other analytical techniques. She also conducts research and analysis on defense topics including irregular warfare, urban operations, and deterrence.
Building Better Games for National Security Policy Analysis
Carlos Ignacio's research focuses on the intersection of technology and policy. At RAND, he has worked on projects related to autonomous vehicles, the sharing economy, and studied the effect of HIV monitoring technology on medication adherence. Prior to RAND, he worked as a project manager where he designed, evaluated and assisted in the implementation of federal policies dealing with high added-value private sector development. He has lived in nine countries and is fluent in Spanish.
Artificial Intelligence and Public Policy: A Systematic Review
Julia conducts research on labor and behavioral economics, market design, and governance. Her dissertation studies variation in voter turnout across different population groups and explores the effects of politics, state policies, and poverty. Her RAND project work primarily addresses military manpower issues, defense acquisition policy, and military intelligence.
Turnout Inequality: The Role of Politics, Policies, and Poverty