Noam Fischhoff

Young Investigator


Noam Fischhoff is a recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business. As a research assistant at Carnegie Mellon Noam has studied American relations with Iraq and Pakistan, the Afghan-Soviet war, and other topics in international relations and social science. His research on Israel’s 2006 war with Hezbollah was used in a review prepared for Adm. Michael Mullen as he assumed the position of Chief of Naval Operations. Noam also did research for a project leading to the upcoming Carnegie Mellon-University of Pittsburgh conference on Human Rights Science for Casualty Recording and Estimation. His long-term interests are economic, social, political, and security issues in the Middle East and South Asia.