Sloan Faculty Highlights

Faculty have published in such leading journals as: American Journal of Managed Care, Health Affairs, Health Economics, Health Services Research, Journal of the American Medical Association, Journal of Business, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Social Sciences and Medicine, Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Health Politics, Journal of Political Economy, Medical Care, Policy and Law, Milbank Quarterly, Journal of Health Administration Education, Journal of Health care Management, and the Journal of Human Resources. Faculty have received substantial grants from funding sources such as the National Institutes of Health (NIA, NCI, NIDDK, NIAAA, NIDRR, NICHD), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, U.S. Department of Labor, Merck Foundation and Atlantic Philanthropies. They also have been recognized for their teaching and research with a number of awards.

The Sloan curriculum is enhanced by the professional expertise of our Executives-in-Residence and other adjunct faculty members, including Henry Allen, Jeff Bastable, Rich Curtis, Nick Fabrizio, Brooke Hollis, Carter Dredge, Lee Perlman, Arnaub Chatterjee, Joshua Richardson, Joseph Reagan, MD, Robert Lancy, MD, MBA, Warren Schlesinger, Andy Dahl, Mike Weidner and Julie Carmalt.

They provide a real-world perspective when teaching finance, health law, physician management and negotiations, healthcare quality, healthcare IT, careers/leadership, HR and organizational behavior, facility planning, health care marketing, accounting, long-term care, international health, fundraising/development, supply chain management, and population health.


will white    Will White, Professor and Sloan Director. BA - Haverford, PhD - Harvard. Courses: microeconomics for health management, challenges and trends in healthcare.
Sean nicholson    Sean Nicholson, Professor. BA - Dartmouth, PhD Wisconsin. Courses: health finance II, resource management and quality improvement.
Don Kenkel    Don Kenkel, Professor. BA - Kentucky, PhD - Chicago. Courses: health economics/public health.
sam kleiner     Samuel Kleiner, Assistant Professor. BA - Northwestern, PhD - Carnegie Mellon. Courses: health policy and health economics.
andrea parrot    Andrea Parrot, Professor. BS - State University of New York-Plattsburgh, PhD - Cornell. Courses: medical ethics, women's health.
Nicolas Ziebarth     Nicolas Ziebarth, Assistant Professor. BSc - Humboldt Universitat, PhD - Technische Universitat, Berlin. Courses: healthcare systems, healthcare organizations, and healthcare economics.
john cawley    John Cawley, Professor. AB - Harvard, PhD - Chicago. 2005 Thompson Prize winner. Courses: advanced health economics.
Bryant Kim    Hyuncheol "Bryant" Kim, Assistant Professor. MD - Yonsei University, Korea, PhD - Columbia University. Courses: global health economics and policy, early childhood policy and economics.
john kuder    John Kuder, Professor Emeritus. BA - Drake, PhD - Michigan. Courses: capstone, entrepreneurship, healthcare organization, quality and performance.
roger battistella    Roger Batistella, Professor Emeritus. PhD - Michigan. Program Advisor. Continues to conduct research, write and lecture.
healthcare turning point iconCheck out Roger Battistella's Book: Health Care Turning Point: Why Single Payer Won't Work
MIT Press, 2010.