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

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

Labor unions offer opportunity for public health innovation
SPH News, 05/06/2016