Asher Wang is a Policy Research Assistant on the Institute's Health Care Transformation team. Asher is a recent graduate of Yale University with a Bachelor of Arts in sociology. As an undergraduate, he led Yale's chapter of United Against Inequities in Disease, an organization that develops community-based projects to address local health injustices, and performed research under professors to study the links between social mobility and long-term health outcomes. They were also a Human Rights Scholar at the Yale Law School's Schell Center, with a particular focus on the global realization of the right to health. Asher's research interests lies in advancing value-based health policy to support the social drivers of health and health equity.