Jakub Hlávka

is an Assistant Research Professor at the University of Southern California, where he works on health policy and national security issues. Since joining RAND, he has contributed to studies for NASA, the Department of Defense, HHS and other institutions. He holds a graduate degree from Georgetown University and has completed fellowships at Genentech, the Fraunhofer Society, Stanford University and the Prague Security Studies Institute. In his spare time, he is an avid triathlete and performs as a violinist with the Santa Monica Symphony and other ensembles. He has been named a Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum and has contributed to projects related to homelessness and economic inequality.

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