Human Capital Scholars and Investigators Well Represented in RWJF Year in Research

    • February 2, 2009

The voters have spoken. Of the 10 most influential RWJF-funded research articles of 2008—as determined by the more than 1,400 ballots cast—half are by scholars or investigators in the Human Capital Portfolio.

The list of articles is compiled annually by David C. Colby, vice president for research and evaluation, and presented in RWJF Year in Research. This year, voting was opened for the first time to visitors to the RWJF Web site, Twitter users and e-mail subscribers, who chose the 10 articles from a list of 25 nominees. 

The winning studies address a range of pressing health concerns facing Americans, their health-care providers and developers of health policy. Among them are the following authors affiliated with Human Capital programs:

Congratulations to all the authors. For the complete list of the RWJF Year in Research for 2008, including a complete list of authors, click here.