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Antonio J. Trujillo, PhD

Director, Master of Health Science in Health Economics, Department of International Health

Assistant Professor

Departmental Affiliation(s):

International Health
Division: Health Systems

Center & Institute Affiliation(s):

Contact Information

615 N. Wolfe Street
Suite E8142
Baltimore , Maryland   21205
US        

443-287-3003
(410) 614-1419

Education

PhD , University of North Carolina , 2000
MPP , Columbia University , 1994

Overview

Dr. Trujillo’s research interests include health economics, policy analysis, and applied econometrics. Using observational data from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico, he has focused his attention on exploring the intersection between informal care, cost of medical care, health of the elderly, and female labor force participation.  He is currently studying the effects of chronic conditions on labor force participation, poverty and cognitive skills decline. His work extends to explore the determinants of prevention and early diagnosis, and analyzing the role of economic incentives in an individual’s decision to engage in self-management of conditions such as diabetes and hypertension. His research explores the relevance of factors such as an individual’s knowledge, cognition and non-cognitive skills to explain prevention among individuals with chronic conditions.  He has used Discrete Choice Experiments to explore consumer preferences for health plans in the context of a subsidized public health insurance system. He teaches an advanced econometrics course on program impact evaluation using observational data. 

Honors and Awards

Fellowships/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)

Program Impact Evaluation, Economics of Chronic Conditions, Prevention, Aging, Informal Care, International Health.

  • Trujillo, A., Fleisher, L*.  Beyond Income, Access and Knowledge: the Education Gradient on Prevention among Diabetics and Hypertensive.  Journal of Aging and Health,DOI:10.1177/0898264313508190.  (*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).

     

  • Trujillo, A., Mroz, T, Pira, C., Angeles, G (2012).  Caregiving and Elderly’s Health in Mexico.  International Journal of Health Services, Vol 42:4, pp. 667-694.

  • Trujillo, A., Hyder, A.A., Steinhard, L (2011).  Cognitive functioning and the probability of falls among seniors in Havana, Cuba.  International Journal of Aging and Human Development, Vol. 73:2, pp. 175-194.

  • Trujillo, A., Vecino, A., Ruiz, F., Steinhard, L (2010).  Health Insurance Doesn’t Seem to Discourage Prevention Among Diabetes Patients in Colombia.  Health Affairs, Vol. 29:12, 2180-2188.