Mark Fleming, Ph.D., M.S. is an assistant professor of health and social behavior at the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health, and affiliated faculty in the Department of Anthropology and the Berkeley Center for Social Medicine. He specializes in the critical study of science and medicine in society. His work deals with structures of inequality and their intersections with health, service delivery, and the politics of poverty. He is currently conducting research on health care system efforts to address social determinants of health, and the shifting relations among health care, social services, and criminal justice sectors in the lives of vulnerable people.

Authored by Mark Fleming, Ph.D., M.S.

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Medical Anthropology's Role in Shifting the Paradigm

Voices of a New Paradigm: The AcademyHealth Paradigm Project is profiling leaders whose work helps point Health Services Research (HSR) in a new direction. Some are new to HSR, while others may just be new to us—leaders in other fields whose work is inspiring or applicable. All are challenging the limits of the current paradigm in ways that help make HSR more effective.