Dr. Jessica Cohen, Assistant Professor of Global Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, published two academic papers on malaria prevention in Kenya and Uganda this year. The first, published in The American Economic Journal, (policy brief can be found here) and the second, published in The Bulletin of the World Health Organization (accessible here), was co-authored by Theodore Svoronos, a PhD candidate at Harvard University.
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