Ian Kingsbury, PhD

Director of Research

Kingsbury’s past research in public policy has focused on economic development, education, and healthcare. He received his B.A. in history and government from William & Mary, his M.A. in education policy from Teachers College, Columbia University and his PhD in education policy from the University of Arkansas Department of Education Reform. He was previously a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy and a Research Fellow at the Empire Center for Public Policy. His work has been frequently cited by regional and national media.

Authored Content


  • June 26, 2024

Arizona Fails Detransitioners

Democrats once billed themselves as defenders of the powerless against the oppressive forces of industry. Last week, Arizona’s Democratic governor, Katie Hobbs, protected the politically powerful gender-medicine industry from its…


  • March 28, 2024

Dangerous Quackery

Radical activists are so determined to enshrine the idea that race is a social construct with no biological relevance that they are willing to endanger patient care to make their…


  • March 8, 2024

Israel Takes the E Out of DEI

The ideology of “diversity, equity and inclusion” is a direct threat to Israel’s existence. That’s what I learned from Jewish and Arab Israelis during my five days in the country…


  • February 26, 2024

George Washington University Has a DEI Problem

George Washington University has announced the establishment of a Center for Jewish Education whose priorities include “addressing the pressing issue of antisemitism on American college campuses.” The prestigious institution has good…


  • January 22, 2024

Doubt As a Badge of Honor

Do No Harm’s efforts to expose the scandal of sex-trait modification in gender non-conforming minors are getting noticed. In a recent manuscript published in…


  • December 20, 2023

Racial Concordance in Medicine: The Return of Segregation

Do patients have better health outcomes after seeing physicians of the same race? The ongoing reality of disparate health outcomes, with black patients typically experiencing worse outcomes than members of…


  • November 24, 2023

Watch out! Antisemitism is soaring in US medicine

Antisemitism is now a full-blown crisis on the college campus, but it doesn’t end there: Similar hatred is increasingly widespread in the medical profession, where it’s even more dangerous. Doctors,…

Media Mention

  • November 22, 2023

Bad Medicine

A wave of open Jew-hatred by medical professionals, medical schools, and professional associations in the wake of the Hamas slaughter suggests that a field entrusted with healing is becoming a…


  • October 27, 2023

Anti-racism supersedes actual medicine, endangers patients

Ibram X. Kendi’s gravy train could soon screech to a halt. The famous "anti-racist" professor is under intense public and institutional scrutiny after a Boston University investigation revealed that his "Center for…


  • September 20, 2023

A New Front in the War on Merit

Millions of academic studies are published each year. Some fundamentally alter the course of history, while others never even get cited. Those curious about the effect of specific researchers, papers,…


  • August 14, 2023

See No Harm

Call it a match made in heaven. The Journal of the American Medical Association has a penchant for publishing non-rigorous research, and CNN has an insatiable appetite for…


  • August 10, 2023

The Affirmative-Action Ruling Could Spell Trouble for the MCAT

Patients may suffer the painful consequences if the war against merit — and for racial discrimination — continues. The Supreme Court’s recent ruling against affirmative action in college admissions isn’t deterring…


  • August 1, 2023

JAMA Beclowns Itself Yet Again

The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) recently made waves by publishing junk science in one of their journals. Old habits die hard. Only one week later, they’re at…