Current Ph.D. Graduate Students
Research Interests: Health economics, cancer and chronic diseases, health insurance, and statistical methods.
Alejandro Amill Rosario
Research Interests: Health systems, health economics, health care markets, and pharmacoeconomics with focus on use of real-world data to understand multiple chronic conditions effects in health care organization and delivery.
Research Interests: The development of tools to evaluate quality in healthcare, aging, end-of-life care, and the social determinants of health.
Research Interests: Health economics and outcomes research, cost-effectiveness and decision-making modeling, cancer prevention, treatment, and end-of-life-care.
Research Interests: Health systems organization, health policy, health financing mechanisms and studying and analyzing their impact on healthcare access among marginalized population groups.
Research Interests: Rural health, vulnerable populations, tobacco/ENDS use and cessation, primary care, and social determinants of health.
Research Interests: Health economics and quality improvement.
Research Interests: Primary care delivery systems, accountable care organizations, organizations, and mixed-methods research.
Research Interests: Global health, health insurance decision making, mixed methods research, social determinants of health, and health care access.
Syeda Saman Naz
Research Interests: Population health, health disparities, fertility, child health, monitoring and evaluation, quantitative research methods and management information systems.
Research Interests: Health economics, health insurance and cancer, health care utilization and costs and effect of policy interventions on health outcomes and access to care.
Research Interests: Health economics, health insurance, and quality improvement.
Research Interests: Health economics, health insurance, and health disparities.
Research Interests: Health equity and policy evaluation of healthcare reforms in China. My previous research project is on health equity improvement in Chinese public healthcare reforms.