The Judith A. Shinogle Memorial Award Lecture

Featuring Tanguy Ringoir

Thursday, November 2, 2023

5:30 pm EST

University Center, Room 312


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“The Growing Influence of Hospital Market Concentration: Impacts on Quality, Profitability, and Medicaid Expansion”

Tanguy Ringoir is a Public Policy Ph.D. candidate from Belgium. He obtained both his BS in Financial Economics and his MA in Economic Policy Analysis from UMBC. His areas of interest include health economics and antitrust policy, and he is currently working with Public Policy’s Dr. Mir Usman Ali as a graduate assistant. He is the coach of the UMBC Chess Team and his doctoral research investigates the impacts of hospital market concentration.


Dr. Judith Ann “Judy” Shinogle was a former Senior Research Scientist with the Maryland Institute for Policy Analysis and Research and Adjunct Associate Professor of Public Policy, who passed away in May 2012. Judy’s work for MIPAR included studies on gambling, childhood obesity, and wellness initiatives. Her published work includes articles on the effects of mental health insurance coverage on employees’ disabilities, mental health parity in insurance, economic costs of obesity, and pharmaceutical use among persons with disabilities.


The Judith A. Shinogle Memorial Fellowship is chosen by a faculty panel and awarded each year to a Health Policy doctoral student for their notable contribution to research in Health Policy. Each year in November, the student recipient presents their work at the Judith A. Shinogle Memorial Award Lecture.


Reception immediately following the lecture.


Watch previous award lectures here.