Elizabeth H. Bradley, Ph.D., the Brady-Johnson Professor of Grand Strategy and Faculty Director of the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute, is renowned internationally for her work on health system design and large-scale implementation of efforts to improve management capacity in health care delivery within the US and abroad. Dr. Bradley has several health system strengthening projects in international settings including China, Ethiopia, Liberia, Rwanda, South Africa, and the United Kingdom.
Dr. Bradley is the principal investigator for Yale on the Rwanda Human Resources for Health Program, which was recognized by President Bill Clinton and the Clinton Global Initiative during their annual meeting in 2012. She was the recipient of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grant that developed a novel framework of diffusion, dissemination, and widespread take up of health innovations, and she leads the Yale African Women’s Forum for Strategic Impact.
Professor Bradley has published more than 275 peer-reviewed papers and has co-authored three books including "The American Healthcare Paradox: Why Spending More Is Getting Us Less." Dr. Bradley is also the director of Global Health Studies program and Master at Branford College at Yale. Dr. Bradley has a BA from Harvard, an MBA from the University of Chicago, and a PhD from Yale University in health economics and health policy.