Adrianna McIntyre is pursuing a dual Master of Public Health/Master of Public Policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. After earning her undergraduate degree in cognitive science at U-M, Adrianna facilitated clinical research regulation at the Wayne State University School of Medicine. She was named a 2013 David Bohnett Foundation Leadership and Public Service Fellow and spent the summer of 2013 serving her fellowship at the Office of the Mayor in Detroit, Michigan. Before joining TIE, Adrianna founded Project Millennial, a space for young adults to blog on contemporary issues in health policy. She has contributed to Bloomberg View and her work has been cited online at The Washington Post, The New Republic, The Daily Beast, and Forbes, among other outlets.
- Free birth control doesn’t make women less careful
- Bad news for e-cig use
- President Obama’s 2015 Budget for Health Research is a Disaster
- Could the delays backfire?
- Individual market cancellations might be less common than previously estimated
- Timothy Jost on the Republican plan to replace to ACA
- Impact of the “like it/keep” extension likely small and self-limiting
- Improving competition in Medicare Part D
- Medicare Advantage payment rate cuts
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