Student Fellow Alumna
Sally Wang is a joint JD/MPH student at Harvard Law School and Harvard School of Public Health. Her areas of research interest focus primarily on matters of regulation but span a range of questions including how health policy and regulation affect the delivery of essential medicines, the elimination of systematic inefficiencies, the reduction of health care costs, and creation of incentives for more research in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical device industries. During her fellowship, Sally worked on a paper on the property and economic incentives involved in pharmaceutical marketing, and the effects that an improved regulatory regime would have in this area. Her research project 10 was titled Elements of a New Procedural Regime with Respect to Marketing Approved Drugs: Why Look at Approved Drug Marketing?