Steve Morgan is Canada’s leading expert on pharmacare systems. His research has sparked national debate about how universal pharmacare can provide all Canadians with access to appropriately prescribed, affordably priced, and equitably financed prescription drugs.
Dr. Morgan has published over 150 peer-reviewed research papers and has received more than $4 million in peer-reviewed research grants. He regularly provides policy advice to governments across Canada and has served on advisory committees of international agencies, such as the World Health Organization and the OECD.
Dr. Morgan is an Emmett Hall Laureate (awarded in 2019) for career-long contributions to health system equity, justice, and efficiency in Canada. He has also won many other awards for his work, including the Bruce Squires Award, the top research award from the Canadian Medical Association Journal, as well as awards from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Commonwealth Fund, the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, and others.
Dr. Morgan received degrees in economics from the University of Western Ontario, Queen’s University, and the University of British Columbia. He received post-doctoral training in health policy at McMaster University.
Below are some articles related to his research.