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Yvonne Tam, MHS

  • GDEC MSPH Program Coordinator
  • Research Associate

Departmental Affiliations

Center & Institute Affiliations

Contact Information

615 N. Wolfe Street
Room E5536
Baltimore, Maryland 21205


The Lives Saved Tool (LiST):

SciVal Experts Research Profile


MHS, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2010


Honors and Awards

Global Field Experience Award, 2009 

  • child mortality
  • modeling
  • vaccines
  • intervention coverage 

Most recent publications

  • Munos, M., Guiella, G., Roberton, T., Maïga, A., Tiendrebeogo, A., Tam, Y., Bryce, J., & Baya, B. (2016). Independent Evaluation of the Rapid Scale-Up Program to Reduce Under-Five Mortality in Burkina Faso. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 15-0585. 

  • George, C. M., Vignola, E., Ricca, J., Davis, T., Perin, J., Tam, Y., & Perry, H. (2015). Evaluation of the effectiveness of care groups in expanding population coverage of Key child survival interventions and reducing under-5 mortality: a comparative analysis using the lives saved tool (LiST). BMC public health15(1), 1. 

  • Walker, N., Tam, Y., & Friberg, I. K. (2013). Overview of the lives saved tool (LiST). BMC Public Health13(Suppl 3), S1. 

  • Lee, L. A., Franzel, L., Atwell, J., Datta, S. D., Friberg, I. K., ...  Tam, Y., … & Hansen, P. M. (2013). The estimated mortality impact of vaccinations forecast to be administered during 2011–2020 in 73 countries supported by the GAVI Alliance. Vaccine31, B61-B72.

  • Stack, M. L., Ozawa, S., Bishai, D. M., Mirelman, A., Tam, Y., Niessen, L., ... & Levine, O. S. (2011). Estimated economic benefits during the ‘decade of vaccines’ include treatment savings, gains in labor productivity. Health Affairs30(6), 1021-1028.