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I am an Assistant Professor of Health Economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst Resource Economics. I received my PhD in Health Economics and Policy from Emory University. Previously, Johns Hopkins and Rice University trained.
My interests lie at the intersection of decision theory and health policy. I am particularly interested in how physicians make decisions, and the effects of organizational and policy environments on such decisions.
- –present Assistant Professor of Health Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst
- 2020 Emory University, PhD, Health Economics and Policy
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