Antonio J. Trujillo, PhD
- Associate Professor
- Division: Health Systems
Center & Institute Affiliations
615 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
PhD, University of North Carolina, 2000
MPP, Columbia University, 1994
Dr. Antonio Trujillo is an Associate Professor in the Department of International Health with expertise in health economics, economics of aging, and applied econometrics.
His main areas of interest include: i) Designing systems to identify individuals with high risk factors for chronic conditions; ii) Studying the use of economic incentives to motivate individuals with chronic conditions to engage in self-management; iii) Validating the role of clinical guidelines in reducing medical costs of chronic conditions; and iv) Studying the causal links between chronic conditions and labor force participation, income and retirement.
He has studied the role of cognitive and non-cognitive skills on preventive behavior of patients with chronic conditions. His goal is to incorporate individual information on personality in the design of public health programs to increase treatment adherence among individuals with diabetes and hypertension. Currently, Antonio is exploring how an economic view of fairness can inform regulation on prices transparency and gouging in drug prices.
Antonio is the co-director of the Master of Health Science (MHS) in Health Economics degree program. He teaches an advanced econometrics course on program impact evaluation using observational data and a course on behavioral economics and public health.
Honors and Awards
- Excellence in Teaching for the course Econometric Methods for Evaluation of Health Programs in fourthTerm 2012 and 2013.
- JHU Center for Global Health Faculty Research Grant Fund Award (2010).
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1994-2000)
- Columbia University, New York (1993-1994)
- Economics of Chronic Conditions
- Individualized Medicine
- Program Impact Evaluation.
- Wehby, George and Trujillo, Antonio. Differences in Early Cognitive and Receptive-Expressive Neurodevelopment by Ancestry and Underlying Pathways in Brazil and Argentina. (In Press of Journal of Infant Behavior and Development 12/2016).
- Socal, M. P*, Trujillo, A. Links Between Chronic Illness and Late-Life Cognition: Evidence from Four Latin American Countries. (In press Journal of Aging and Health, 11/2016) (*Doctoral student)
- Andrew J. Mirelman PhD*, Sherri Rose PhD, Jahangir Khan PhD, Sayem Ahmed MSc, David H. Peters DrPH, Louis Niessen PhD, Antonio J. Trujillo PhD (2016). The Interaction between Non-Communicable Disease Occurrence and Poverty - Evidence from Demographic Surveillance in Matlab, Bangladesh. Health Policy and Planning, Vol. 00, No 0, pp. 1-8 (*Doctoral student)
- Trujillo, A., Fleisher, L* (2013). Beyond Income, Access and Knowledge: the Education Gradient on Prevention among Diabetics and Hypertensive. Journal of Aging and Health, Vol 25:8, pp. 1398-1424. (*Doctoral Student).
- Vecino-Ortiz, A*, Trujillo, A, Ruiz, F (2012). Undetected diabetes in Colombia. International Journal of Public Policy, Vol 8:4, pp. 362-373. (*Doctoral Student).
- Health Research Challenge for Impact: Non-Communicable Diseases
- Project SOAR
- REDEEM trial: The effect of individual and mixed REwards in DiabEtEs Management, a randomised controlled trial