Miranda Yaver, PhD
Miranda Yaver, PhD

Miranda Yaver is a political scientist and health policy researcher at the Fielding School of Public Health at UCLA. She received her Ph.D. in Political Science from Columbia University. Her research has appeared in the Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization and the American Journal of Political Science, with health policy writing appearing in such outlets as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Guardian.


Over 100 million Johnson & Johnson doses on hold for inspection
Eli Lilly facing staff complaints at its drug manufacturing sites
More details emerge on US aid to India as coronavirus crisis intensifies
West Virginia literally willing to pay its residents to get vaccinated against covid-19
FDA finds unsanitary conditions at Emergent BioSolutions plant, a Johnson & Johnson vaccine production site
Supreme Court blocks California's restrictions on religious gatherings in private homes
CDC Director Warns the US Could See Another "Avoidable Surge"
FDA streamlines path for screening of asymptomatic individuals
President Biden declares America on track to have 300 million vaccine doses by May, two months earlier than previously promised
Will Texas storm cause a covid-19 spike?
United States CDC recommends double masking
United States CDC recommends double masking
Covid-19 will not delay the start of 2021 Major League Baseball season
President Biden meets with Senate Republicans proposing smaller coronavirus relief package
President Biden takes aim at coronavirus policies on day one
Supreme court limits abortion pill access during covid-19 pandemic
Shawnee Tribe prevails in DC circuit challenge to CARES act allocation
Abortion and other care in the time of covid-19. What's the legal status?
Trump Administration memos in July encouraged infection of young Americans to achieve herd immunity
President-Elect Biden announces Becerra as pick to lead HHS. Who is he and why does Donald Trump dislike him so much?
California begins curfew. But will it do anything to slow the spread?
Supreme Court signals that it may uphold Affordable Care Act
Congress to take up coronavirus relief package in "lame duck" session
Universities and coronavirus testing. An update from the ivory towers