Adjunct Assistant Professor of Health Policy
Daniel C. Ehlke is responsible for the publications “Political Health: Health Care Reform in the United States and United Kingdom,” and “Taking Medicine to Market: Health Reform in the U.S. and U.K.” in Health Politics and Policy. He presented a paper at the 2005 Annual Meeting of the New England Political Science Association titled “It (Could) Have Happened Here: The AALL and the Start of the Modern Health Care Debate.” Currently, Mr. Ehlke is an Assistant Professor at SUNY Downstate School of Public Health. He has been a guest lecturer at Brandeis University, Stonehill College, and Brown University. Mr. Ehlke received his AB degree magna cum laude in Government and History from the College of William and Mary and his MA and PhD degrees from Brown University.