Amy Hagopian

Professor Emeritus, Health Systems and Population Health

1959 NE Pacific St.
Box 357660

Seattle, WA 98195-7660


Research Interests

International health workforce issues, the effects of war on global health

Health Systems & Population Health Biography


MHA Health Administration, University of Washington, 1983

PhD Health Services, University of Washington, 2003

In the News

From Gaza to Syria to Ukraine, attacks on health care are part of warfare
NPR, 12/13/2023

Ban Homeless Encampment Sweeps During Winter
The Stranger, 07/21/2023

Jackson School holds symposium on the future of nuclear policy
The Daily, 12/05/2018

Hagopian to receive prestigious peace award from the APHA
SPH News, 10/10/2018

Shaping the future of research and action on war and health
SPH News, 07/18/2018

Brain Gain: Foreign doctors are a vital part of the U.S. health care system, but at what cost?
The Post and Courier, 04/22/2017

'Learning by Doing' Key Tenet of SPH program
SPH News, 04/21/2017

Human cost of Iran-Iraq War and First Gulf War
In House, 11/08/2016

Labor unions are boons for community health, study finds
SPH News, 07/07/2016

What UW is doing to fight Zika
Department of Global Health News, 05/20/2016